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The first walk around the world for brain tumours & the International Brain Tumour Awareness Week / Edited by Kathy Oliver, Denis Strangman
Bib ID 4391434
Format BookBook
Description Fraser, A.C.T. ; Tadworth, U.K. : International Brain Tumour Alliance, 2008 
90 p. : col. ill., ports. ; 21 x 21 cm. 
ISBN 9780646494814
Summary

"A report on brain tumour awareness-raising activities held in connection with the first Walk Around the World for Brain Tumours held during 2007 and the International Brain Tumour Awareness Week held during 21-27 October 2007."--Provided by publisher.

Subjects Brain -- Tumors -- Prevention.  |  Brain -- Tumors -- Research.  |  Walk-a-thons.
Other authors/contributors Oliver, Kathy  |  Strangman, Denis William, 1942-  |  International Brain Tumour Alliance
Available From International Brain Tumour Alliance, c/o Denis Strangman, 10 Carrodus St, Fraser ACT 2615  International Brain Tumour Alliance, c/o Kathy Oliver, PO Box 244, Tadworth, Surrey KT20 5WQ UK 

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