Brain Tumours – by Anna Swabey

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Earlier this year, NNA came across the blog poster by Anna and detailed later in this article. This stimulated our decision to schedule brain tumours as our lead “Living with …” article this summer. Thanks to Anna for sharing this … Continued

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Profile of someone with epilepsy

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A was diagnosed with dyspraxia as an adult and later with sleep apnoea.  His first epileptic seizure took place when he was in his mid-50s; by this he means that he was seen by a consultant and his description of … Continued

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Annie’s story

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Here is Annie’s story about living with a brain tumour and how it can affect you:   What led to you being diagnosed with a brain tumour? In November 2013 I became aware of floaters in my right eye. I … Continued

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Self-management: Celia’s story

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Celia was a district nurse and led a very active life until she began to suffer a range of disturbing episodes that left her feeling confused and unwell. She had lost consciousness in the park and was ‘out of it’ … Continued

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