Oxford Radiotherapy Information film explaining, how radiotherapy works, why you might need it, what to expect and how to manage any side effects. Created with collaboration between patients and staff from the Teenage & Young Adult team at Oxford University […]
Filmed for the Cambridge Pathways Project. Rita Maringuerra works in the mould room in the radiotherapy department where they make radiotherapy masks in particular Rita talks about head moulds which are used for brain tumour treatment.
We join Alan who was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma at the age of 17 at one of CanTeen Ireland’s weekends away. Alan talks about all the treatment he had to go through including chemotherapy, radiotherapy and a stem cell transplant.
Part three of Joe’s films sees him talk about his initial experience with radiotherapy, and how much less complex it felt than receiving chemotherapy. Lucky enough to experience no real side effects of the radiotherapy, Joe talks about the differences […]
Here we meet fourteen-year-old David Cowan, who was diagnosed with brain cancer in December last year. David tells us about his initial reaction to the news, remaining cool and collected at all times. David also offers some tips on what […]