Nurses

Brain Cancer Care Co-ordinators

One person every 5 hours is diagnosed with Brain Cancer and Brain Cancer kills more children than any other disease. Brain Cancer does not discriminate. Brain Cancer can be a lonely journey for patients and their families. To date, MHF have funded three full time Brain Cancer Coordinators. These nurses are with patients every step of the way, delivering personalised nursing care tailored for each individual patient and their families. Every patient is also provided with a patient pack, including information on the disease, a patient diary and our famous MHF beanie – which is a symbol of hope.

Continued support will enable us to continue our support of patients and their families, and expand our program across Australia by providing all patients diagnosed with brain cancer a patient care pack, regardless of location. No patient or family should have to go through a brain cancer diagnosis alone.


 

elise greedy

Elise Greedy

nicole allen

Nicole Allen

natasha malcolm

Natasha Malcolm

Read more about our Brain Cancer Care Co-ordinators