$2.6 million for life-improving brain cancer research

The Australian Government is providing $2.6 million for the latest information technology to improve the lives of people who have survived brain cancer.

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After brain cancer treatment, people often have debilitating conditions, with physical, cognitive and psychosocial symptoms. They may be financially distressed and have to cope alone.

The Australian Brain Cancer Mission will support researchers to develop an online survivorship platform that connects patients, their families and carers, with health care teams.

This is a Medical Research Future Fund initiative.

See the media release for more information.

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