Brain tumour symptoms
A brains tumour symptoms can appear similar to other diseases but there are key ones to look out for. Learn more about the different symptoms of brain tumours.
Brain tumour treatment
A brain tumours treatment depends on the tumour itself, your health and other factors. Learn more about the treatment options available for brain tumours.
A brain tumour is a lump of abnormal benign or malignant cells that grows in the brain. It can seriously affect the body’s functions and thinking.
Brain tumour diagnosis
If you suspect you may have a brain tumour, it is important to go see your doctor who may recommend tests. Learn more about how a brain tumour is diagnosed.
Gliomas in children
Gliomas are a cancer that grows in the brain or spinal cord. Learn more about the types, symptoms and treatment and where to get information and support.
Show your support for families living with childhood cancer
It's estimated that 700 kids are diagnosed with childhood cancer each year. Learn more about supporting families that are living with cancer.
A healthy brain is quick and efficient. Problems like inflammation, loss of brain cells, tumours, trauma and age-related diseases can change that. Learn more.
If you have facial droop, your face doesn’t look symmetrical and moving an eye or your mouth may be difficult. See a doctor if you notice any facial drooping.
Hydrocephalus is caused by a build-up of cerebrospinal fluid in the brain. This fluid is essential, but too much of it can create pressure and damage the brain.
Your nervous system controls much of what your body does including walking, speaking and other activities. Learn more about how it works.