Brain tumours do not discriminate. They do not care about your age, the neighbourhood in which you live or your economic status. Here you can read the stories of others affected by a brain tumour. They come from current patients, survivors, caregivers, family and friends. Together they tell the story of brain tumours in Canada – please join us in the fight against this disease and show your support for these courageous people. Read their stories that are shared with courage and grace and leave them comments to let them know how their openness affects you.
You are also invited to submit your story to Courage and Hope. No matter who you are—a patient, survivor, loved one, sponsor, donor, caregiver, volunteer, physician—we want to hear about your experiences. Please share a story of approximately 500 words or less, and attach a digital picture or two that help bring it to life. You can also submit your story to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for sharing your story!
Together, we can Imagine a Cure.