This film follows the journey of Olly Rofix, diagnosed with Leukaemia in 2005. Showing the good and bad parts of treatment, including drastic weight loss and extreme side effects from chemo and radiotherapy, Olly charts his time in hospital, including the process of receiving a stem cell transplant. There’s also an Anglia News report, covering Olly’s story and more about stem cell donation.
Zara talks us through her experiences after being diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia at 14.
Emma had a bone marrow transplant on an adult ward. She had to stay in her room for 4-5 weeks, but mum could stay too.
Here we are introduced to 25 year old Katie who was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukaemia three and a half years ago. Before diagnosis Katie was just your typical student – working hard, partying hard until March 2006 when Katie […]
Regular to jimmyteens.tv Katie but first time speaker at Find Your Sense of Tumour talks about her cancer diagnosis of Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia.