A very honest and open film from Andrew who tells us of the lead up to his very rare diagnosis of lung cancer at the age of 15. Andrew goes on to explain that even though he was told he had a year to live his treatment went by with little side effects but it’s since finishing treatment and being put in remission that is the most challenging time for him. Andrew tells us how emotionally he has been hit hard as the realisation of not only been given a cancer diagnosis but also losing out on a year of his life is hard for him to understand.
Part Two of an amazingly, open and honest film from Andrew and Fran about relationships post cancer. Fran talks about the hard side of their relationship such as when Andrew confides in Fran but sometimes Fran feels the need to […]
Time to see what 17 year old Andrew’s normal school week is like and I can tell you, it’s pretty hectic! Mock exams, a real exam and some debating thrown in it’s certainly a jam packed week for Andrew who […]
Andrew is officially two years out of treatment a day he and his Doctors thought might not happen. Today, Andrew finally got rid of his port-a-cath which has made Andrew feel like he is finally free from his cancer treatment. […]
Kyle was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia back in June 2010 when he was 15 years old. Now 10 months into remission Kyle shows us his trusty friend Roger the cat who he got after finishing cancer treatment. To Kyle, […]