We hear from Conor who was diagnosed with Lung Cancer at the age of 20. Conor’s first symptoms of his cancer were struggling to breathe and his back was sore, but being as active as Conor is, he purely put the pain down to too much exercise. Eventually after various hospital tests a lung cancer diagnosis was made and 3 months of treatment followed. Conor talks about having to take a year out of college but how all his friends, teachers and family have supported him and kept him motivated.
Stuart takes us back to when he was diagnosed with cancer at 16. After finding a lump in his hand he eventually had an operation to remove the lump. Stuart thought this was it but in reality it was only […]
Abbie was just 14 when she was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, now in remission Abbie shares her story discussing her symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and beyond cancer. Abbie’s story was filmed as part of the Our Voice series. Our Voice are a […]
Filmed at Find Your Sense of Tumour 2013. 24 year old James Wells was diagnosed with AML back in May 2010, before his diagnosis James was extremely into his fitness and exercise. James tells his cancer story and explains why […]
After six months of misdiagnosis, Stephen finally received a cancer diagnosis at the start of Year 11. Stephen shares his cancer journey with the Find Your Sense of Tumour audience talking about treatment, surgery and how after bouts of remission […]