Brain cancer is something that most people don’t like to think about but its very real.
Did you know that In Canada, there are an estimated 55,000 people living with a brain tumour, and each year an additional 10,000 are diagnosed? It is really frightening but there IS help out there and support.
Brain cancer is one of those orphan cancers that doesn’t receive very much attention/funding etc. but I can tell you… it is a devastating diagnosis.
But there is hope! There’s always hope and lot’s of it!
Thousands of people find emotional support and comfort and resources through The Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada’s programs and services, all the while gaining a better understanding and knowledge of their disease.
Next month The Brain Tumour Foundation is hosting an “Education Day” and you are invited! It’s a morning of hope and support and information for all!
It is a Pediatric Brain Tumour Seminar Saturday September 18th from 9:00am-12:00pm and is at BC Children’s Hospital, Main Auditorium. 4480 Oak St, Vancouver.
I’ll certainly be there!
The topics are:
-Late Effects of Brain Tumor treatment
-Transitioning panel discussion
For more information or to register click this link www.educationdays.ca
A link to the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada is www.braintumour.ca