Top 10 UK Brain Cancer Blogs And Websites To Follow in 2018

1. Cancer Research UK | Youtube

Cancer Research UK | Youtube

UK About Blog Cancer Research UK is the world’s leading independent charity dedicated to cancer research. We carry out scientific research to help prevent, diagnose and treat cancer. We have discovered new ways to beat cancer that together have saved hundreds of thousands of lives across the world. Frequency about 4 posts per month. Since Oct 2007 Also in Cancer Youtube Channels Website youtube.com/user/cancerresea.. Facebook fans 1,544,826. Twitter followers 320,726.

2. 400,000,000 to 1 | Two siblings. Two brain tumours

400,000,000 to 1 | Two siblings. Two brain tumours

Rowlands Gill, UK About Blog As this blog title suggests, the chances of me (the sibling of a brain tumour victim) developing my very own brain tumour, were apparently ridiculous. They are the kind of odds that would make a movie or book seem preposterous and detract from any story-telling magic. Yet here I am, nearly 10 years after my beloved brother, Graeme Turner, died, embarking on my own journey.Frequency about 1 post per week. Since Sep 2016 Also in Brain Cancer Blogs Website rachelcole226.wordpress.com Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers 27.

3. My brain cancer story

My brain cancer story

London, England About Blog In 2013 I was diagnosed with an incurable malignant brain tumour. I am now successfully managing ‘incurable’ brain cancer and epilepsy with a ketogenic diet and HBOT. I have created this blog to share my experiencesFrequency about 1 post per month. Since Jun 2013 Website mybraincancerstory.blogspot… Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers 3,165.

4. Ben’s Brain Tumour Blog

Ben's Brain Tumour Blog

Cornwall, United Kingdom About Blog A blog about living with a brain tumour and cancer treatment. “Moderation is a fatal thing. Nothing succeeds like excess” Oscar Wilde Frequency about 1 post per month. Since Oct 2013 Website bensbraintumourblog.blogspot.. Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers n/a.

5. Blue Skye Thinking | Supporting Treatment & Research of Childhood Brain Tumours

Blue Skye Thinking | Supporting Treatment & Research of Childhood Brain Tumours

Abingdon, United Kingdom About Blog Supporting Childhood Brain Tumour Research. Uk based Charity inspired by the life of Skye Hall and his #LoomtotheMoon campaign, the focus is on implementing formalised data collection on side effects, medulloblastomas and wellbeing projects at Oxfordshire’s Children’s HospitalFrequency about 1 post per month. Website blueskyethinking.org/blog Facebook fans 13,749. Twitter followers 1,071.

6. OSCAR’s Paediatric Brain Tumour Charity | | Researching Brain Tumours in Children

OSCAR's Paediatric Brain Tumour Charity | | Researching Brain Tumours in Children

York About Blog OSCAR’s PBTC (Ongoing, Support, Care and Research into Paediatric Brain Tumours Charity) was formed in the summer of 2014. The Charity was formed by the parents and friends of Oscar Hughes, a 9 year old boy who died of a Medulloblastoma (a brain tumour) on the 3rd of May 2014.Frequency about 1 post per month. Website oscarspbtc.org/category/blog Facebook fans 993. Twitter followers 209.

7. Claire Bullimore

Claire Bullimore

London, England About Blog If you are affected by a brain tumour? You don’t have to do this alone. Hi, I’m Claire! I help people affected by a brain tumour, whether it is cancerous or benign. I am here for sufferers, Survivors family or friend. Frequency about 1 post per month. Website justagirlandherthoughts.com Facebook fans 11. Twitter followers 3,125.

8. Brainstrust | brain tumour charity

Brainstrust | brain tumour charity

UK About Blog Brainstrust is a UK based brain tumour charity, dedicated to improving clinical care for brain tumour sufferers and providing co-ordinated support in their search for treatment. We provide support and advice at the point of diagnosis and beyond, by updating treatment, improving care and, ultimately, saving livesFrequency about 3 posts per month. Since Jan 2008 Website brainstrust.org.uk/news Facebook fans 7,113. Twitter followers 4,258.

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