The teenage cancer ward aim to help patients understand more about their tumours.
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Over 400 guests attended the British Film Institute in London on World Cancer Day for the premiere of Surviving Terminal Cancer which The Brain Tumour Charity are supporting. For more information, please visit The Brain Tumour Charity’s website here.
Filmed at Find Your Sense of Tumour 2013. 24 year old James Wells was diagnosed with AML back in May 2010, before his diagnosis James was extremely into his fitness and exercise. James tells his cancer story and explains why […]
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 […]
Ever wondered what is cancer? Well Teenage Cancer Trust’s Nurse Consultant for Leeds – Sue Morgan is here to tell you all about the science of cancer, what a benign tumour is and the question that a lot of us […]
Excellent “Big Brother” chair footage from the Sense of Tumour conference 2004 (Part 1 of 2).