Type of Cancer:
There is a considerable amount of information available on cancer and its treatments. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask us, either by calling the telephone Helpline or, better still, dropping in.
Some useful sources of information include:
Produce patient information booklets on a range of brain and spinal conditions. Helpline staffed by neuroscience professionals.
Voluntary organisation providing information booklets, befriending service, support and counselling for patients and relatives. Groups throughout UK.
Provides information, advice and support for anyone affected by brain tumours. Aims to promote awareness and supports research into the cause of and treatments for brain tumours.
Provides support, guidance, information and social outlets for head injured patients, families and carers. Contact for listings of regional groups. General information.
Provides help and support to patients diagnosed with a brain tumour as well as their families and carers. Funds childhood and adult brain tumour research in the UK.
Information service. National network of support groups for people with aphasia (difficulty in finding the right words and possible difficulty in reading, writing and understanding).
Last updated: December 20, 2012
Further information about brain tumours and their treatments may be found on the IPS: