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On Sunday 7th June 2015 at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Teenage Cancer Trust and a few other charities held an event for patients and their friends/family to try new sports to encourage people to get active during/after treatment.
It’s a combination you wouldn’t think would work together, but as this video highlights, energy levels permitting, a bit of gentle exercise during chemotherapy can have a wide range of benefits. With many reasons for keeping active, including motivation, boredom […]
In this highly informative film, Sheffield provides a full rundown of the after care procedures taken for late effects of cancer, occurring months or years after treatment has finished and differing from symptoms seen during illness. Affecting both physical and […]
Here we meet 22 year old Claire Henderson who, after finding a lump in her groin in early 2007, was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. As Claire tells her story, we learn about her daily routine in hospital, how she felt […]
As Gavin reflects on his experience with cancer so far, talk soon turns to the vast array of people who have worked with him during his treatment. From consultants to CLIC Sargent, Gavin and his mum manage to draw up […]