Brain Cancer

This Is NOT Good News About Cellphone Use And Cancer

The Huffington Post Canada | Rebecca Zamon | Posted 11.12.2014 | Canada Living

A new study out of Sweden indicates that talking on cellphones and even cordless phones can be related to a certain form of brain cancer. The study...

When it Comes to Brain Tumours, There Is Strength in Numbers

Marianne Lee | Posted 07.08.2014 | Canada Impact
Marianne Lee

When it comes to fighting brain tumours, having a strong and supportive team is the greatest weapon. I've been a social worker on the neurosurgery floor of a hospital for over 26 years. As one of the first people to have contact with a newly diagnosed brain tumour patient, I can attest that a strong network, a resilient team, is one of the greatest assets a patient, and their families, can equip themselves with as they begin this new chapter of their lives.

Dealing With My Mother-in-Law's Brain Tumour

Charity Gaspar | Posted 12.29.2012 | Canada Living
Charity Gaspar

A brain tumour is a scary thing. You can't see it growing, you can't feel it growing. It hides behind your eyes and watches you live your life... waiting until someone notices something a little "off" about you. My mother-in-law had a malignant brain tumour. Everyone's experience with one is different. This is hers.

Toronto Father Seeks Access To Experimental Cancer Drug

CBC | Posted 07.30.2012 | Canada Living

A Toronto father of three is pleading with a drug company to give him an experimental drug to treat the cancer that has returned to his b...