Sue Morgan delivers a highly informative talk on new ways for young patients to discover more about their cancer through studying its appearance more closely. Relating her findings to the needs and necessary requirements all young cancer patients have, Sue discusses her research into how teenagers feel about their cancer, what they think it might look like and whether seeing it would help them understand more about what was happening to them.
Filmed as part of our “What advice would you give to a young person newly diagnosed with cancer?” film. Leila gives her advice on what she would tell a newly diagnosed patient.
Filmed as part of our “What advice would you give to a young person newly diagnosed with cancer?” film. Jade tells us her advice that she would give to a newly diagnosed patient.
Sometimes it can be really hard to move forward from cancer but the young people in this film explain how it’s perfectly normal to feel those feelings and talk about how cancer has changed them. This film is apart of a […]
Dame Ellen MacArthur chats with Sue Morgan about what Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust is all about. We also get to hear from patients who share their stories of the amazing EMCT trips that they provide. If you’d like to join […]
Filmed and edited by a young cancer patient, we get to see just how important Teenage Cancer Trust is in Glasgow and we hear about what Teenage Cancer Trust does for the young cancer patients that walk through the door.