Young America’s Foundation (YAF) has launched a campaign to help raise awareness for people with brain tumours.
It wants people to donate blood and money to raise money for the brain tumor research.
The campaign, called ‘A Brain, A Brain’, was launched on Facebook last week.
YAF’s executive director, Yoni Freedhoff, said: “This campaign aims to raise awareness of the importance of brain cancer research and the fact that our research has shown that there are many ways to treat and treat the brain with drugs, such as chemotherapy.”
Our goal is to make sure that every child in Ireland can have the best life possible as they grow up and achieve their full potential.
“He said the campaign will highlight the many benefits of brain tumouring treatments including the fact there are more than 5,000 different brain tumoured people in Ireland.”
This campaign will be a fantastic opportunity for young people to make a difference, and I hope that they will take part,” he said.
The brain tumorous people are people who have the disease because they have been diagnosed with a specific variant of the gene called GAD5.”
The GAD gene causes a tumor in the brain that affects the nerves and the spinal cord and also the optic nerve and the thalamus,” he added.”
These are areas that are crucial for our brain functions, and it is important to make that work.
“Dr Freedhoff said there were currently more than 6,000 people living with brain cancer in Ireland, and that the number of new cases is expected to double every five years.”
If you compare the number who die from brain cancer with the number that are born, that is an average of 1,200,” he explained.”
We are looking at 10 years to see if we can double that.
“It is a huge problem, and we need to work together and we can do it with all of our might.”
He added that the brain cancer community in Ireland has been supportive of the campaign.
“Everyone who has a family member or loved one that has been diagnosed or is diagnosed with this disease is a little bit upset by this, but it is great that we can get them the support they need,” he concluded.