Brain Cancer may only effect one person physically, yet the long journey of suffering affects the hundreds of people surrounding them. Mothers, fathers, daughters, sons, siblings, cousins and friends watch helplessly as their loved ones deteriorate. The pain is shared and continues long after the loved one passes. Despite this wealth of suffering, there is little government funding and research into the cause and treatment of brain cancer in Australia. In the case of Navzad, it took a detrimental amount of time to diagnose the cancer, time which allowed it to grow aggressively. The Navzad Memorial foundation believes Research, Awareness, Education and Community are the key to finding a cure for Brain Cancer.