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.
Alex explains what it was like after being diagnosed with oesteosarcoma, and tells us his worries about his twin brother going down the same route.
Questions: “If you felt unwell now in any way who would you go to, your GP, or specialist?”, “What type of clinics would you like to see developed?”, “How often do you think patients should be seen?”, “Would you want […]
It’s six years to the day that Lorna has been given the great news that she is cancer free. To celebrate this milestone Lorna is ready to start the fantastic project that is designing wiggly bags for your hickman line […]
Youthhealthtalk.org features over 200 clips from interviews with young people talking about their experiences of cancer. All interviews are by Oxford University and aim to cover everything that young people with cancer go through; from early symptoms to treatment, recovery and […]