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The Brain Charity uses cookies to provide services on our website. For example, when you visit our online shop and place items in our shopping cart we use cookies to remember what's in there, or when you login to post messages on our community forum cookies help the forum to operate correctly. We also use Google Analytics cookies to anonymously collect information on how our website is used, which help us to try to make it easier for people to use in future.

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