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The Petitions Committee publishes its report "Funding for research into brain tumours", revealing the distressing experiences of people whose lives have been affected by the disease, as well as exploring the reasons behind the historic underfunding of research under successive governments.
Following an e-petition, which was started on petition.parliament.uk and reached over 14,000 signatures, the Petitions Committee investigated the subject of funding for brain tumour research.
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Government responds to Petitions Committee report on funding for research into brain tumours