2019 Resource and Information Request Form
 

Thank you for contacting Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada for information and resources. Please complete the following form to have material sent to you.

If you would like to request the new Caregiver Handbook, please request that handbook here.

To ensure your package arrives, please provide your complete and accurate mailing address and allow up to two weeks for your package to arrive.

All resources are free within Canada.

Do you live outside of Canada? Please note that hard copies of Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada’s resources are not available to those living outside of Canada.

All Brain Tumour Handbooks and Storybooks are available electronically and available to order for free by completing the online form.

Thank you for your interest in our resources.

If you have any questions about this form, please contact Todd Goold, 1-800-265-5106 ext 237.

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Brain Tumour Patient Handbooks
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who have been diagnosed with a brain tumour.
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The Non-Malignant Brain Tumour Handbook is designed for
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"A Friend in Hope" Storybook
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