Time for another fantastic weekend away with Teenage Cancer Trust’s – The Way Forward project. This time it’s all about the “brain tumour massive” and day one brings a getting to know you session and lots of fun and games including rounders, splat and a round of Uno!
Filmed on Friday 20th April at TYAC Spring Education Day 2012 – Demystifying brain tumours in young people. Mr Donald MacArthur – Consultant Neurosurgeon from Nottingham University Hospital talks about the surgical approach when it comes to brain tumours. For more information […]
Filmed on Friday 20th April at TYAC Spring Education Day 2012 – Demystifying brain tumours in young people. Session 1 chaired by Professor David Walker, Professor Paediatric Oncology, Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Nottingham. […]
Time to meet 23 year old Gemma who was diagnosed with a brain tumour last year. At first Gemma found the news to be really scary and she thought she wouldn’t have anything to look forward to but after a […]
Sam was just three years old when his parents noticed that he wasn’t feeling well on a family holiday, weeks later he was then diagnosed with Leukaemia and then relapsed when he was six years old. At the time Sam […]
Here we meet Charlie who was studying for her GCSEs at the time of her brain tumour diagnosis. Her diagnosis was a long time coming as she first started experiencing headaches at the age of 11, something that other people […]