Amy was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer after not feeling well for over a year. Amy’s doctor’s first thought she had a cyst on her ovaries but during the operation they discovered it was actually cancer. Amy talks about the impact on having her ovaries taken away such as going through menopause before her own mum and the realisation that she wouldn’t be able to have children, but Amy touches on how there is always a silver lining and talks about the positive side to her having cancer.
Amy now writes her own blog, please check out her blog here.
**Please note there may be some swearing that people may find offensive**
Allan Pacey presents a big issue for many cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy…
Fans of previous FYSOT fertility talks will notice that Allan Pacey is doing things slightly different this year…he’s got two guest speaker with him, Steph Hayter and Chris Stone who share their experience of having cancer and fertility issues that […]
Filmed as part of JTV Cancer Support’s One Week In Cancer 2014. Rebecca talks about returning from Teenage Cancer Trust’s Find Your Sense of Tumour and how she’s off out with her “yellows” otherwise known as her fellow cancer patients.
Filmed and edited by Beckii herself. 27th January 2015 was a very special day for Beckii as it marked three years that Beckii was told she had no evidence of cancer! #ThreeCheersFor3Years