Brain tumour charity call for greater awareness of early signs following Kent star Vic Reeves' diagnosis

A Brain Tumour charity is campaigning to raise awareness of early prevention following a diagnosis of Kent celebrity Vic Reeves. The comedian, who lives near Ashford, revealed he's living with an inoperable acoustic neuroma. Symptoms tend to get worse over time as the tumours increase in size. And Hugh Adams from Brain Tumour Research says getting checked by your GP as soon as something feels wrong is the best way of detecting a tumour early.

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