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Every five hours, an Australian is diagnosed with brain cancer. Almost 80% won’t survive five years after diagnosis.

To raise awareness of this terminal disease, patients and their families are sharing their private moments of diagnosis for the public to see.

The more people that know about brain cancer, the more support can be generated for The Brain Cancer Centre, helping them reach a day when no lives are lost.

Lachlan’s Diagnosis

Jeez, Mum, we could swim out of here in your tears.”
Lachlan’s mum Amy, shares the moment he was first diagnosed.
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