In this premiere episode, Charlie answers your burning questions about what causes brain cancer. We don’t yet know the cause… but hear what Charlie thinks about some possible genetic, environmental, behavioural and biomedical risk factors. Watch now to find out what the studies show about mobile phones and non-ionising radiation…
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In our Ask Charlie webseries, world-renowned neurosurgeon, Prof Charlie Teo AM, answers your burning questions. Get to hear from the man himself about what he thinks could cause brain cancer, keeping a healthy brain, performing life-saving surgery, his quest for a cure and what inspires him.
Watch this 5-part webseries below.
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In this episode, Charlie answers your burning questions about keeping a healthy mind, body and soul. Hear him talk about brain health and the impact on the brain of diet, exercise, stress and the gut. Watch now!
In this episode, Charlie answers your burning questions about his quest for a cure over the last 20 years, the deadliest types of brain cancer in adults and children and why brain cancer research is still so under-funded. Hear from Charlie about how YOU can join him in the fight against brain cancer. Watch now!
In this episode, Charlie answers your burning questions about what it’s like to hold someone’s life in your hands, what patients face from the time of their diagnosis and treating patients in a COVID-19 world. Watch now!
In the final episode of this Ask Charlie series, you’re set to get up close and personal with the man behind the mask. Hear what inspires world renowned neurosurgeon Dr Charlie Teo and what makes him tick. Watch now!
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