Seventy-five organizations from around the world have endorsed the new Brain Tumor Patients’ Charter of Rights, a document intended to help initiate positive change in the care of people diagnosed with brain and central nervous system tumors. The Charter provides a framework for the reduction of inequalities in care and the achievement of policy objectives aimed at improving healthcare systems and communications. It can also be used by individual patients to underpin particular aspects of their care. Ultimately, the goal of The Brain Tumor Patients’ Charter of Rights is to achieve the best possible health and quality of life for adults, children, and adolescents living with brain tumors by encouraging and supporting quality standards, policies, and practices. Read more here