ADVOCACY, AWARENESS-RAISING AND INFORMATION

The International Brain Tumour Alliance (IBTA) is a unique global network for brain tumour patient and carer groups around the world. We work alongside, and represent, members of our community – including researchers, scientists, clinicians, nurses and allied healthcare professionals – to engage in advocacy, to raise awareness and to share information.

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The 2015 International Brain Tumour Awareness Week

(Sunday, 25th October to Saturday, 31st October)

The 2015 Walk Around the World for Brain Tumours

(Thursday, 1st January to Thursday, 31st December)

The IBTA’s review of its work and outcomes in 2014

Advocacy

We collaborate with government agencies, health professional and cancer organisations, pharmaceutical companies, clinicians and research institutes and patient advocacy organisations around the world.
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Awareness-raising

We strive for wider public recognition of the unique challenges patients with this devastating disease and their families face.
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Information

We publish a monthly e-News with items of interest to the international brain tumour community. We also publish a major annual magazine called Brain Tumour which is sent for free to recipients in 110 countries.
Subscribe to Brain Tumour magazine and IBTA e-News

Events and conferences

We maintain a constantly updated list of major regional, national and international neuro
oncology conferences and other meetings relevant to brain tumours.
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Clinical trials

We maintain a list of key online clinical trial portals to help patients and carers locate clinical trial centres and understand criteria for joining a brain tumour trial.
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Ways you can support us

We would love to hear from you if you’d like to join our Alliance, help promote the IBTA, become a corporate sponsor, learn more about an awareness-raising event or make a donation.
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THE IBTA IS GRATEFUL TO ALL THOSE WHO HAVE DONATED FUNDS,
INCLUDING GRANTS FROM THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES:
IBTA