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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. 

Once the form is submitted, staff will follow-up with you. Information included within the story, as you submit it, may be used, however personal information like your email address will not be published. For more information, please read our Privacy Policy.

Please note that stories cannot be used to promote a product, business, third-party application or service.

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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