Our research into brain and nerve cell tumours

120 years of life-saving discoveries

Our scientists have been at the forefront of cancer research since 1902.

Thanks to you, we’ve come so far. And we will go much further.

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Our research is saving lives

Brain tumours are one of the hardest types of cancer to treat and survival has barely improved over the last 40 years. Some types of nerve cell cancer, for example neuroblastoma, can be very difficult to treat too. Tackling brain and nerve cell tumours is a big challenge, but we are determined to improve the outlook for people with aggressive types of these diseases. 

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