Coronavirus and cancer

We know it’s a worrying time for people with cancer, we have information to help. If you have symptoms of cancer contact your doctor.

Read our information about coronavirus and cancer

Decorative image

Living with a brain tumour

It can be difficult to find out that you have a brain tumour. It’s normal to feel angry, sad, upset and shocked. You might worry about what will happen and how you will cope.

Getting practical and emotional support can help you cope with your diagnosis and treatment.

Coping with brain tumours

Coping with a brain tumour can be difficult. Read about the help and support available to you and your loved ones.

Getting better after treatment for brain tumours

Getting better after treatment for a brain tumour can be difficult. Find out who can help while you are recovering from a brain tumour.

Brain tumours and driving

Some types of brain tumours and treatment can affect your ability to drive. The restrictions depend on your tumour type and the treatment you have had. 

If your brain tumour can't be cured

Read about what happens when your brain tumour can't be cured.

Support at home for you and your family

You might need some care and support at home due to your brain tumour and its treatment. Practical and emotional support is available to you and your family. 

Brain tumour resources and books

Organisations, support groups and books to help you cope with a brain tumour.

Last reviewed: 
09 Oct 2019

Information and help