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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 thought she was making up just to get out of school. Two brain haemorrhages later and Charlie was told she had a slow-growing tumour and PACKER chemotherapy was needed. Now Charlie has to deal with numerous late effects due to her cancer treatment however Charlie wouldn’t change any of her experiences at all and even hopes to return to college one day to sit her GCSEs.
Natasha was misdiagnosed for nine months and put on numerous tablets for her headaches, sickness, tiredness and dramatic vision changes. Her GP put down her symptoms as stress as 16-year-old Natasha was studying for her GCSE’s at boarding school. After […]
A revealing film on the important topic that is late diagnosis, young people share their experience on how doctors continued to miss their symptoms and how these impacted on their daily lives.
Taken from footage filmed for jimmyteens.tv – One Week In Cancer. Time to put a face to the creator, director and producer of The Fifi Show, it’s Louise I’Anson Morris! We hear how Louise suffers from chronic fatigue syndrome and hear […]
Here we meet 24 year old James and 21 year old Phoebe. James speaks about the lead up to his brain tumour diagnosis whereas Phoebe discusses how she was eventually diagnosed with malignant melanoma.