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Welcome to BTAA

Brain Tumour Alliance Australia (BTAA) was established in 2008.  We are the only national consumer led brain tumour patient and caregiver organisation in Australia. Help us raise our voice - become a member here.


While welcoming the advice and input of specialists, BTAA seeks to represent the brain tumour community from the viewpoint of the patient, family and caregiver.


Subscribe free of charge to our e-news, our hard copy biennial newsletter and the International Brain Tumour Alliance magazine here.

You can also Request a free copy of “Primer for Brain Tumors”. Note: One copy per patient or family.





BTAA also provides a paediatric brain tumour handbook developed by the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. The handbook is customised for families with a child diagnosed with a brain tumour.


Request a free copy of the handbook here. Note: One copy per patient or family. 

Latest News

5 March 2017
The Senate Select Committee into Funding for Research into Cancers with Low Survival Rates is inquiring and report on the impact of health research funding models on the availability of funding for research into cancers with low survival rates.Read more
17 January 2017
BTAA thanks the late Sally Crossing AM for her extraordinary contribution to cancer advocacy. Sally was a friend and mentor to Brain Tumour Alliance Australia, and its precursor, Brain Tumour Australia.Read more
9 January 2017
Don't miss this affordable family retreat on 10-12 February. An exciting weekend of adventure and friendship for children, teens and adults of any age who have been affected by a brain cancer diagnosis.Read more

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