As Australia’s leading brain cancer organisation, we've focused on providing the Australian Brain Cancer community with leadership and guidance to help navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Our community have had to deal with huge changes at an unprecedented level and speed and we are working with them and other leaders in the field to find and create a “new normal”.
Meet Leslie, our newest Director
Annabelle caught up with Leslie Chong, our newest Board member. Leslie is currently the MD/CEO of Imugene developing immunooncology therapy. She has more than 21 years of experience in leading clinical and department development in cancer therapy. She...
Has COVID-19 changed patient care forever?
Little Jett was set to start primary school next January, following surgery and treatment for a brain tumour. His parents feared COVID would severely derail his recovery at a crucial time in his development. But thanks to Telehealth, his inspirational...
Brain cancer warrior Matt “Willy” Williams – the vet from ScoMo’s ANZAC Day speech
Annabelle met Matt a couple of years ago, funnily enough, through the military community. Matt was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2018 and has since then been providing connection, advocacy and funds to the brain cancer community and for the cause. As...
Brain tumour survivor Senator Catryna Bilyk
Senator Bilyk has had a long relationship with Cure Brain Cancer Foundation, and has been responsible for many incredible initiatives such as Hobart's Walk4Brain Cancer, through to establishing the Senate Select Enquiry into Funding for Low Survival...
Treatment, relationships and survivorship during COVID-19
Cure Brain Cancer Foundation's Head of Advocacy Annabelle Wilson sits down with brain cancer warriors Jacob Walker and Kirsty Jarvis to discuss brain cancer treatment, relationships and survivorship during COVID-19.