Date published: 
8 May 2018
Type: 
News
Intended audience: 
General public

A $100 million research fund set up by the Government aims to double survival rates for brain cancer over the next ten years, with the ultimate goal of one day defeating brain cancer.

Dustin Perry, whose daughter Chloe has brain cancer, and Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest, who has donated $10 million to the Cure Brain Cancer foundation, speak to The Project about what this funding means to them and what they hope the research will achieve.

View the video of The Project interview on Facebook.