Grace was diagnosed with bone cancer. We hear from Grace herself and her family who share their experiences of having a cancer diagnosis within the family.
Lucie shows us round the Y.O.U, we’re introduced to the nurses on the ward, and Lucie tells us some of the things she’s been through – not just the bad!
Richard explains the differences between his last stay and his current one. Richard’s film shows us how sometimes an adult ward can seem very bleak to a teenager. Here’s hoping that one day all hospitals will have teenage cancer units.
Here we are introduced to not one, but two teenagers being treated at UCLH, both close in age, but both in very different situations. First up is Jade Amanda Tyler, who in September of this year was diagnosed with Ewing’s […]
Here we meet Zack Hagan and family, who describe what it’s like to live with cancer as a family. First diagnosed with bone cancer when he was just ten, Zack was placed on a children’s ward and began treatment straight […]