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Some helpful resources to help you navigate brain cancer

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This resource is designed to assist patients diagnosed with brain cancer to keep track of appointments, medications and important questions to ask.

Published by The Survivorship Diary
This Handbook compiles educational resources for caregivers of loved ones with brain tumors.

Published by The University of California, San Francisco Neuro-Oncology Gordon Murray Caregiver Program
These Fact Sheets were originally created for Brain Tumour Australia by Laraine Cross, Senior Oncology Social Worker, Calvary Mater, Newcastle, with assistance from the late Claire Vivien and Kaye Duffy. Funding was provided by a Canberra Family in memory of their son, Ben.

Published by the Brain Tumour Alliance Australia
If you or a loved one is living with a brain tumour, it’s very natural to experience low moods or feeling depressed. This guide may help you cope with depression.

Published by the Brain Tumour Charity
Questions to ask your healthcare team about your brain tumour and treatment.

Published by the Brain Tumour Alliance Australia
A guide for people with brain or spinal cord tumours, their families and friends.

Published by Cancer Council NSW
Brain Tumours Online has been created by a passionate team of healthcare professionals, researchers, website developers, and brain tumour patients and their carers.

Published by Brain Tumours Online
BTAA’s Canberra peer-to-peer Support Group

Published by the Brain Tumour Alliance Australia
If you or your loved one is going to hospital for cancer treatment you have probably got lots of questions.

Published by the ACT Government

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