Calling all Ladies!
Entries have opened for this year’s VHI Women’s Mini Marathon, taking place in Dublin on Bank Holiday Monday, 1st June 2015.
If you would like to run, jog or walk the Mini Marathon in aid of Brain Tumour Ireland,…
Today saw the launch of the seven-year report on the impact of the National Cancer Control Programme's (NCCP) implementation of the 2006 National Cancer Strategy.
An introduction to the implementation report is available here.
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Season's Greetings from Brain Tumour Ireland!
2014 has been a busy year for Brain Tumour Ireland.
We greatly enjoyed meeting you all at the Patient Wellness Days, the Carers' Information Day, the Remembrance Service,…
Saturday 22nd November
Brain Tumour Ireland is hosting a Remembrance Service on Saturday, 22nd of November in Dublin.
This non-denominational, facilitator lead service is open to anyone who…
Brain Tumour Ireland is pleased to present a series of Wellness Days for brain tumour patients, their families, carers or friends.
This is a chance for our friends in the brain tumour community to take some time out to focus on themselves…
12th July 2014
Representatives of Brain Tumour Ireland travelled to the village of Ballyduff Upper in West Waterford this week, to be presented with a cheque for €8,400 which the local community had collected for the charity. The fundraising…
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Event in association with Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland to raise funds and awareness for brain tumour patients
Dr. Amanda Tivnan, an Irish Cancer Society Senior Research Fellow, at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), is…
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Brain Tumour Ireland is a registered charity (CHY No. 20102128 / Revenue No.: 20506). Your donations go a long way in helping us to support brain tumour patients and to fund medical research into brain tumours.