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Your story provides inspiration for others, whether you are a brain tumour patient, caregiver, family member, friend or health care professional. You can share your story by completing and submitting this form. 

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Note: In the future, you can always contact us to revise, update or delete your story – including if your story is already present on the website.

For more information about stories and how they are used, please contact

Amy Mathias
Online Community Engagement Coordinator
amathias@braintumour.ca
1-800-265-5106 ext. 234

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Please Share Your Journey With a Brain Tumour

Not sure where to start? Consider things like: your life before diagnosis, how you were diagnosed, what was your reaction and that of your family/friends, what is happening currently, your hopes for the future.

Please note there is a limit of approximately 500 words in this form. If your story is longer than that, simply email it to amathias@braintumour.ca. We also suggest typing your story in a separate place first, like a Word document or an email so that you have your own copy of the story.

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