This is a special day for some people at WOLFE SYSTEMS. It is a day that pays tribute to all brain tumour patients and their families. We remember the ones we lost, celebrate the ones who survived, and inspire the ones who fight this dark and hidden disease
Brain tumours occur when the cells in the brain multiply in an abnormal way or a way that cannot be controlled. The tumour can be malignant, meaning it is cancerous, or it can be non-cancerous (benign). The tumours are graded from 1 to 4 and this depends on their location, how fast the cells are multiplying and the spread to adjacent areas or organs.
Getting involved in an event is great way to support and help fund brain cancer research in Australia. Find an event in your town by visiting Cure Brain Cancer Foundation