Highlights from ‘The Way Forward’ weekend in Wales, where former patients get together as a group and discuss and identify the issues that can arise once treatment is over and the procedures that need to be put into place to ensure moving forward post treatment is made considerably easier. Subjects such as peer support, counselling, risk taking and group identity are all on the agenda to discuss, alongside a bit of a musical interlude, Kelly Clarkson style! It’s not all discussion though, as bingo, beach and canoeing are just some of the fun team building activities on the itinerary!
In this highly informative and insightful film, charting the procedures taken after surgery for Osteosarcoma, Alex has his leg lengthened. Checking up on his measurements, as well as the tightness of his muscles, Alex explains how his passion for sport […]
Here we meet Bridget Jenkins, whose younger brother was diagnosed with Leukemia aged just thirteen. As Bridget talks us through her story, describing the hardships of watching a sibling fight cancer, we hear what life is like from the perspective […]
Stacy was diagnosed at 21 years old with an aggressive primitive neuroectodermal tumour back in 2007 after months of visiting her GP with symptoms of passing blood and a large lump on her side. Stacy eventually requested an opinion from […]
Gemma is back and this time talking about the impact her cancer diagnosis has had on her relationships with friends and family.