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That this House welcomes the fact that March is brain tumour awareness month; notes the e-petition of Livingston resident Rachel Clark which supports the three asks of the Brain Tumour Consortium's manifesto and aims to trigger a parliamentary debate on how the Government can raise awareness and increase funding for those affected by brain tumours; supports Brain Tumour Research and its member charities' Wear a Hat Day 2012; and urges hon. Members and parliamentary staff to Wear a Hat on 30 March to support the charity's important work on behalf of those affected by brain tumours.
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