$1,193
Charles Cure Brain Cancer Foundation
Charles
$1,193
Cure Brain Cancer Foundation
Charles
Charles

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2628 days ago, Charles created this page in support of Cure Brain Cancer Foundation.

With the help of CC Survivors and Supporters, Charles gave everything:

  • They posted 4 times.

  • Shared their page with everyone they could.

  • Received 47 donations from generous family and friends.

  • Raised $1,193.

My Story

I am here as I'm joining my friend Julia in her quest to ensure that one day soon brain tumour and brain cancer patients can be told they have a manageable disease, preferably a cure.

My goal is to raise 1000.00 and I will then colour my beard the purplest purple imaginable - perhaps one of the purples from the jumper I'm wearing in my profile image?


The $1000 goal has been reached: the beard is to become purple.

The Beard Party™ was held on Tuesday, 24 Sep 2013 in Melbourne, Australia: you can see the images via this link http://rantz.me/?p=4756

After the beard is purpleised and the food consumed, there will be fire spinning in the back lane.

With a bit of luck, a rendition of Purple Beard will be available during the hangout.

I look forward to the merriment.

If you'd like to contribute dollars toward our team goal of $10,000, you can help by supporting Kim Robertson achieve his goal as both Julia and I have reached our (first) goals. You can do that on this link: https://give.everydayhero.com/au/kim-robertson

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CC Survivors and Supporters

Valeria de borgia

We as a group of brain tumour survivors, family, and supporters, spread across the world, will shave our heads or colour our hair purple (the cure for life foundation colour) together when we reach our goal. We are trying to raise much needed funds for brain tumour research so that one day soon brain tumour and brain cancer patients can be told they have a manageable disease, preferably a cure.

Dr Charlie Teo from the Cure for Life Foundation announced his 10 year GLOBAL plan to cure brain cancer. Seems awfully appropriate that we are an international team of survivors.

The CC in 'CC Survivors' stands for Colloid cyst This benign cyst arises in the third ventricle, the cyst gradually grows and eventually blocks the normal flow the cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) from the lateral ventricles into the third ventricle. This is one type of hydrocephalus. If it occurs gradually, the patient may develop headache, double vision, difficult walking, memory problems or other difficulties. Sometimes a colloid cyst may produce an abrupt fluid blockage that may cause sudden coma or even death without prior warning.

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CC Survivors and Supporters

Valeria de borgia

We as a group of brain tumour survivors, family, and supporters, spread across the world, will shave our heads or colour our hair purple (the cure for life foundation colour) together when we reach our goal. We are trying to raise much needed funds for brain tumour research so that one day soon brain tumour and brain cancer patients can be told they have a manageable disease, preferably a cure.

Dr Charlie Teo from the Cure for Life Foundation announced his 10 year GLOBAL plan to cure brain cancer. Seems awfully appropriate that we are an international team of survivors.

The CC in 'CC Survivors' stands for Colloid cyst This benign cyst arises in the third ventricle, the cyst gradually grows and eventually blocks the normal flow the cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) from the lateral ventricles into the third ventricle. This is one type of hydrocephalus. If it occurs gradually, the patient may develop headache, double vision, difficult walking, memory problems or other difficulties. Sometimes a colloid cyst may produce an abrupt fluid blockage that may cause sudden coma or even death without prior warning.

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