Funding Research into Childhood Brain Tumours

Brain tumours are now the
biggest cancer killer of UK children

Please help us to make a difference and find a cure

Ali's Dream was launched in June 2001 following the loss of Alison Phelan three weeks before her eighth birthday. Horrified by the lack of funding for research and the prospect that it is unlikely that a cure will be found in the next five years, Alison's family and friends set up the charity with the objective of raising funds for research into childhood brain tumours.

      • Discovering the causes
      • Advancing treatments
      • Finding a cure

The trustees have established a paediatric focused scientific and medical advisory board and invite applications for funding via leaflet distribution at relevant conferences and contacting known research units. The charity will fund scientific, medical and patient / carer qualitative / quantitative research in pursuit of their objectives.

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