The Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada (in French: Fondation canadienne des tumeurs cérébrales) is a Canadian charitable organization founded in 1982 which offers support, education and information to people in Canada affected by a brain tumour and their families, and which raises funds for brain tumour research. It is based in London, Ontario. The executive director is Susan Marshall.
The foundation publishes a Patient Resource Handbook, which it describes as “a comprehensive, easy-to-read guide to brain tumours,” in English and French, as well as a newsletter, Brainstorm. It operates a toll-free, Canada-wide support and information telephone line. It is a member of the Brain Tumor Funders’ Collective.
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