- Cancer Type: Brain Tumour
- Tags: Brain Shunt, Brain Stem, Cerebellum, Cranial Nerves, Intracranial Pressure, Optic Nerve, Pituitary Gland, Spinal Fluid, Steroids, Ventricles
Filmed for the Cambridge Pathways Project. Dr. Amos Burke a paediatric oncologist talks about the brain and brain tumours.
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Filmed for the Cambridge Pathways Project. Dr. Amos Burke a Paediatric Oncologist gives us a quick introduction to brain tumours.
Introduction to Brain Tumours
We hear from Frankie and Rhiannon who talk about their experiences with brain fog or as some of you may know it as chemo brain! Frankie also gives some handy advice on how to deal with chemo brain. For those unfamiliar with […]
Brain Fog (or Chemo Brain)
It’s the last day of Teenage Cancer Trust’s The Way Forward – Brain tumour style weekend and it’s time to get back to business and discuss all their experiences throughout their brain tumour journey. After all that talking it’s time […]
The Way Forward : Brain Tumour – Day Three
It’s time to see what happened on day two of The Way Forward weekend. Things kick off with the climbing wall where the “brain tumour massive” are donning their safety gear to try and get to the top. The gang […]
The Way Forward : Brain Tumour – Day Two
Another fantastic live debate originally broadcast on 19th April 2011. Presented by ex-brain tumour patient Peter Wilkinson discusses the key points of the Brain Tumour manifesto which highlights a need for early diagnosis, better quality of treatment and need for […]