Here we meet Zack Hagan and family, who describe what it’s like to live with cancer as a family. First diagnosed with bone cancer when he was just ten, Zack was placed on a children’s ward and began treatment straight away. Explaining the downside to being on a children’s unit, Zack states how he would have preferred to have been with teenagers and have a wider choice of games other than “Teletubbies Revenge”! Now fourteen and having been re-diagnosed in February, Zack’s mum explains how it has had a big impact on the family, remaining strong however due to the positive, infectious attitude Zack displays as well as the benefit of being surrounded by fantastic new facilities and a strong support network.