A highly informative talk from the Brain Tumour Conference in April 2008, by a former teenage cancer patient, Tom Green, who was treated for two brain tumours when he was just seventeen. Drawing on his own experiences, Tom explains the effects, physically and psycho socially, having a brain tumour can bring upon the patient, talking through the various challenges and physical limitations he faces on a daily basis after the high volume of aggressive treatment he endured.

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