Part of the one minute pharmacist series Chis talks about and anti-Viral drug Aciclovir.
Dr. Bob is back, this time telling us all about Chemotherapy. If you have any further questions about your treatment plan, please consult your care team.
Myelosuppression also referred to as bone marrow suppression — is a decrease in bone marrow activity resulting in reduced production of blood cells. This condition is a common side effect of chemotherapy.
Chis Salmen (Pharmacist) Talks about Anti-Sickness Drugs that end in tron, in our One Minute Pharmacist series.
After treatment for a brain tumour left Ryan in a wheelchair, he had to get his life back together. With help from his family and friends he did just that, qualifying as a personal trainer and finding a job on […]
THIS IS A PODCAST. James talks about his treatment for cancer and how lockdown and Coronavirus has impacted on him.
Sam talks to us about his diagnosis of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia and how he has dealt with the treatment so far. Sam gives tips on taking tablets as well as talking about how it has affected his education and family.
Chis Salmen (Pharmacist) Talks about Paracetamol and its uses for treating pain and temperatures in our One Minute Pharmacist series.
The My Voice Vlog Series is an opportunity to share what’s on your mind. The community is here to listen. You can talk about anything at all relating to your experience and your perspective. Email email@example.com or upload your own […]
There are a lot of different approaches that healthcare professionals take to address their AYA patients, but here are some of the most common issues that AYAs have with the way healthcare professionals talk to AYAs Teen Cancer America partners […]
C101 and C102 are a series of films to use as a teaching aid.
Daniel missed a year of school, and therefore missed a lot of his social life. People at his school didn’t understand what he was experiencing, and he lost a lot of his friends. He didn’t have time to process growing […]
Oxford Radiotherapy Information film explaining, how radiotherapy works, why you might need it, what to expect. and how to manage any side effects. Created with collaboration between patients and staff from the Teenage & Young Adult team at Oxford University […]
Ever wondered about the science of chemotherapy drugs? Wondered why they use the drugs that they do? How did they find out it might help kill cancer? Well…the wait is over as JTV Cancer Support we will be posting a […]
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.
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 […]
After experiencing a sore shoulder and tiredness Mungo was referred for various tests. After an MRI showed that Mungo had cancer but it took a few biopsies to determine which kind of cancer. Mungo explains how it took a long […]
Jordan is back! We catch up with Jordan in hospital who is having his 16th transfusion and see the preparations for Jordan’s upcoming radiotherapy. Jordan also speaks about how he and his parents recently moved house to Brisbane which has […]
We join Muznibin on his second video diary and this time Muznibin has got a high temperature and a chest infection whilst receiving his chemotherapy at UCLH, but it’s not long until chat turns to the now infamous spot-gate as […]
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 […]
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, […]
Professor David Walker talks about Intrathecal Chemotherapy which is a way to give chemotherapy directly into the CSF via a port. Professor Walker explains how they are currently using this method of treatment on brain tumour patients and how they […]
Jesse was diagnosed with Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma just after his ninth birthday. After spending over six and half years in remission, Jesse relapsed and had to have more treatment. We hear from Jesse who talks about the impact cancer […]