Emmie was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia at seven. She explains how the support of the Trust helped her let go of the anger she held on to after treatment.
Little did Hannah know how the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust would transform her life after hearing the words ‘Leukaemia’.
It was hard for Ammarah sitting in hospital watching her friends’ Snapchat stories while she was receiving chemotherapy for Hodgkin Lymphoma, but the Trust help her feel part of something again.
Nathaniel had treatment for Lymphoma as a child. But after experiencing Late Effects into his 20s, he found the support of the Trust invaluable.
As you can see from this video, Trust trips can help you overcome feelings of loneliness and isolation. Giving you, the opportunity to share personal experiences and worries, you can open up to others who have been through the same […]
This is why new friendships after cancer matter. The Trust’s four day trips can be transformational. It’s not about sailing, but the magic that happens when young people with shared experiences are together on a boat. Come aboard and find […]
Did you know as many as 83% of young people going through cancer treatment report feeling lonely – they feel like no one understands what they’re going through, even though they are surrounded by people they feel lonely because they […]
Meet Chloe and Alex as they share their Trust memories, reflecting on how far they’ve come, and encourage new friends to join them to reconnect with life again after cancer treatment. Find out how the Trust can support you here […]
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
It’s day three on the return to sail trip with Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust and Wen is in control of the boat! It’s time to have a spot of knot practise, skim stones and chill out on the boat. To […]
Luke was diagnosed with Desmoplastic small-round-cell tumour, a rare cancer. After various surgeries and months of chemo and radiation he’s been in remission for 4 months. A big racing car fan, Luke is enjoying the post hospital life and getting on […]
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 […]
24 year old Danny from Essex was living with his girlfriend in Birmingham when he first noticed changes in his testicles. After originally putting off visiting his doctor his girlfriend encouraged him to book an appointment. Danny was later told […]