Julia is only 14, and she at first struggled to understand her diagnosis. She spends her time recording her journey through treatment online. Julia’s family, friends, and religion helps her keep her spirits up and keeps her positive.
Filmed at this years CCLG (Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group) annual family and friends day in Birmingham. Session three focuses on creative approaches to supporting children. Catherine Gibney a play specialist at QMC in Nottingham talks about preparing children for […]
In this short trailer we hear about the impact a cancer diagnosis can have on not only the person but on their friends and family.
Shahn talks about how her friends reacted to the news of her cancer diagnosis and how some friends surprised her when it came to supporting her through her treatment. We also hear Shahn speak of how fertility plays a big […]
Stuart takes us back to when he was diagnosed with cancer at 16. After finding a lump in his hand he eventually had an operation to remove the lump. Stuart thought this was it but in reality it was only […]