About The Public Diagnosis
Survival rates of brain cancer have barely changed in 30 years…
The Public Diagnosis campaign features the real stories and experiences of Australians diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. In sharing their private moments of diagnosis with the public, these brave patients and their loved ones are hoping to change the outlook for those diagnosed in the future.
Real stories and experiences of Australians diagnosed with terminal brain cancer
We need to actively raise awareness of this devastating illness, so that more support and funds can be generated for The Brain Cancer Centre’s work towards a day when no more lives are lost.
Bringing together our brightest medical research minds to end brain cancer as a terminal illness
We bring together the best and brightest minds with a single focus: to improve outcomes for brain cancer patients NOW and in the future. Our world-class research teams will work collaboratively to develop new treatments and trials so that patients diagnosed with brain cancer are given real hope.
The Brain Cancer Centre was founded by Carrie’s Beanies 4 Brain Cancer and established in partnership with WEHI with support from the Victorian Government.
A shared vision that one day no lives will be lost to brain cancer
To raise awareness of the terminal reality of brain cancer, patients and their families are sharing their private moments of diagnosis for the public to see.
By sharing their diagnosis stories, you are helping The Brain Cancer Centre reach a day where no lives are lost.