Find your Sense of Tumour is a unique event with workshops, talks and social events to inspire young people with cancer to ask questions and make friends with others living through the same experience. This November over 200 young people […]
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In this film the young people from the Teenage Cancer Trust unit talk about the importance of the Teenage Cancer Trust’s services and the benefits of having a ward specifically for young people.
In this film we showcase the Newcastle Teenage Cancer Trust ward and the services provided by the Teenage Cancer Trust.
In this film we wrap up the FYSOT 2018 Under 18s weekend!
In this film we recap on the Friday & Saturday of the FYSOT 2018 Under 18s weekend Sunday Film coming soon!
100,000 young people are living with, and beyond, Cancer in the UK but what is it like to be on the other side of a diagnosis and when you are beginning to put your life back on track? Following his […]
When I was a kid I had a plan… However plans don’t always work out. I’ll be talking about my exciting military career and how in the blink of an eye it was taken away from me. We will look […]
Michelle Elman, Body Positivity Activist and Coach, Author of Am I ugly and creator of Scarred Not Scared Campaign. Allie Wildgoose is a Changing Faces Champion and star of the Face Equality Campaign.
Chloe Breeze shares her story at the 2018 Under 18s Find Your Sense Of Tumour conference.
A light hearted approach to the benefits of healthy living21
An overview of fertility issues for both males & females
“If people never did silly things, nothing intelligent would ever get done…” – Wittgenstein.
The IAM website exists to support teenage and young adult patients with cancer. We know there are many areas in a young person’s life that are impacted by having a cancer diagnosis. Filling out an IAM assessment helps you (and […]
Well…what an absolutely amazing time we have had alongside The Teenage Cancer Trust this year at the Under 18s Find Your Sense Of Tumour! This film contains the full run through of the weekend from talks to activities to showcases! […]
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Filmed at Find Your Sense of Tumour Over 18s 2017 at The Hilton St. Georges Park.
Dr. Bob takes us through a series of films explaining what treatments you might receive when given a cancer diagnosis. If you have any concerns with your own treatment plan, please consult your care team.
Films filmed at Find Your Sense of Tumour Under 18s 2017 at Whitemoor Lakes.
All the films from One Week In Cancer 2017.
Films from Teenage Cancer Trust’s Find Your Sense of Tumour Over 18s 2016.
All the films taken from Find Your Sense of Tumour 2016 Under 18s.
Ever wondered what JTV Cancer Support is all about? Want to know how to become a filmmaker, tips on what to film and how to upload? Then please check out these films, we also have a filmmaker section of our […]
All the films taken from Find Your Sense of Tumour 2015 Over 18s.
3RD – 5TH JULY 2015 – WHITEMOOR LAKES
Introduction to the world of oncology! Here we meet people who you may come across on your pathway through cancer treatment who talk about different cancer types and what to expect whilst going through cancer. These films are primarily aimed at […]
A group of patients from Northampton, discuss their opinions on important topics surrounding TYA cancer.
This November, for one week, patients from across the UK filmed their daily lives. What is life like for them? Whether during treatment, just finished or even 10 years out, this collection takes a look at 2014’s One Week In Cancer…
Films from Teenage Cancer Trust’s Find Your Sense of Tumour 2014… Please make sure to keep checking back here as all the Find Your Sense of Tumour 2014 films will appear here.
These films are apart of a series of films called “After Cancer Treatment…So What Now?” The collection of films have been made BY young people FOR young people who have finished their treatment. It includes many patient stories, answers lots […]
Films from jtv’s very own filming project “One Week In Cancer 2013” where we asked young filmmakers to pick up their smartphones/cameras and film us their week!
17 year old Otis was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma and received treatment for his cancer in 2009. Otis is back in hospital after the metal in his leg got infected so had to have the metal replaced. Otis explains all about […]
We hear from some of our lovely JTV filmmakers who share tips and advice on vlogging (filming a video diary).
Patients Vicki and Kenny talk about how important the Leeds Teenage Cancer Trust Unit has been to them during their cancer diagnosis and beyond.
It’s been seven years since Katie was first diagnosed with CML, Katie discusses why she feels it’s important to remember her cancerversary and talks about her upcoming big decision, whether to try a new chemotherapy drug which understandably Katie has […]
New Mum, Naomi was diagnosed last November with a rare form of cervical cancer. Naomi found out that she had cancer when she had a C section after the birth of her first child. During her 5 months of chemotherapy, […]
Filmed back in January 2013. Laura talks about life after cancer and how she’s moving on. Laura explains how cancer first haunted her when she finished treatment but now it’s something that she doesn’t really mention.
Skyle is off sailing with the fantastic Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust onboard Scarlet Oyster.
We asked our filmmakers “What advice would you give to a young person newly diagnosed with cancer?” who were on hand to give newly diagnosed patients some excellent top tips from their experiences. To watch each filmmaker’s individual advice in […]
Filmed and edited by Alfie himself who was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia back in February 2011. Alfie talks about the issues surrounding getting a cancer diagnosis as a young person, how the cancer treatment he received impacted on his […]
18 year old Rebecca had treatment at Birmingham’s YPU but once she finished treatment Rebecca explains how she felt there was nothing left to fight for and felt like she didn’t really know how to move on from cancer. Rebecca […]
Back in September 2012 Japeth was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia. Japeth talks about how he coped through cancer with the help of his family, friends, girlfriend and tv shows.
As you know, JTV Cancer Support formerly jimmyteens.tv has recently turned 10 years old. To celebrate this amazing achievement, our very own Lucie Carrington has directed this beautiful film all about JTV and what it means to not only us […]
We hear from Conor who was diagnosed with Lung Cancer at the age of 20. Conor’s first symptoms of his cancer were struggling to breathe and his back was sore, but being as active as Conor is, he purely put […]
Rebecca tells us about the five signs of cancer which are persistent/unexplained pain, lump (bumps or swelling), significant weight loss, extreme tiredness or changes to a mole. Rebecca also talks about how important it is to visit your GP if […]
Not really sure what JTV is all about? Here’s a quick introduction to JTV as told by the filmmakers themselves.
Time to catch up with Luned who tells us about how far she has come on since her operation on her leg, from being unable to walk unaided, Luned now can walk without the need of any walking aids. We […]