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New Meningioma Support Group

  On Friday 22 July 2016 Meningioma UK is introducing a new support group in the Lancashire area for patients affected by meningeal tumours of the brain or spinal cord. Meningioma UK is the only national meningioma organisation in the … Continue reading

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Money worries during cancer

This is a short YouTube advert about financial support Macmillan Cancer Support can offer those affected by cancer. Money worries during cancer РMacmillan Cancer Support РYouTube

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In the media: Patient app launch

Here is an interesting BBC news story about a new patient app being launched at Alder Hey hospital, indicating a promising future for patient/medical teams communications. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-36259851  

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Meningioma UK Conference 2016 – date changed

Meningioma UK Conference 2016 – date changed Continue reading

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The Brain Tumour Charity’s Information Day – 1 October 2015

The Brain Tumour Charity’s Information Day – 1 October 2015 Continue reading

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Romford Support Group, next meeting 20 October 2015

Meningioma UK Romford Support Group meeting 20 October 2015 Continue reading

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Cambridge Support Group, next meeting 24 September 2015

Meningioma UK Cambridge Support Group Continue reading

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North London Support Group (NLSG), next meeting 10 October 2015

Meningioma UK North London Support Group Continue reading

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Meningioma UK Facebook Forum reaches 500 members

Meningioma UK Facebook Forum reaches 500 members Continue reading

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Virus injection could kill brain tumour cells (BBC 14 Feb 2014)

Injecting brain tumours with a virus could kill cancer cells but leave healthy cells unharmed, researchers suggest. Scientists at the University of Leeds have been given a ¬£3 million grant to research the method over five years. Because the treatment … Continue reading

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