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Here we meet 24 year old Amy who was diagnosed with Stage 2B Hodgkin’s Lymphoma after experiencing night sweats, infections, itchiness and a lump. Amy tells us how she was initially put into remission in February 2015 but unfortunately in April 2016 a scan revealed that the tumour in her chest had grown twice the size of the original tumour. Amy has since had two different chemotherapy regimes (ICE & Brentuximab) and is currently waiting to hear whether her current regime is having any impact on her tumour but in the meantime Amy says tries to live how she wants to live and how she doesn’t second question anything!
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 […]
Sue Morgan chats to pop singer Lee Brennan about his life being in the boy band 911 and about his cancer diagnosis when he was a child and how he relapsed when he was a teenager. Lee talks openly about […]
Jonathan depicts his hard times with cancer, what he’s learnt along the way, and explains how in spite of this he wants to enjoy the good things in life.
Ex-Army lad Jack and Nottingham’s CLIC Sargent Young Person’s Community Worker Rachael Ewing look back on Jack’s cancer diagnosis. Jack talks about his life before Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and how Jack’s GP continuously misdiagnosed his many cancer symptoms as post-traumatic stress […]