100,000 young people are living with, and beyond, cancer in the UK but what is it like to be on the other side of a diagnosis and when you are beginning to put your life back on track? Following his award winning theatre show The Eulogy of Toby Peach, that followed his own cancer experience, Toby Peach and fellow young patient and film maker Grace Gibson explore the other side to cancer. Because after cancer…what do you do now?
This is sixteen year old Amy Bowyer’s story, as we hear how a series of biopsies of a tumour behind her nose led to the diagnosis of Burkitt’s Lymphoma in July. Treated in Southampton Hospital, Amy explains how grateful she […]
The day of the walk has finally come and Team Peter are out in force, t shirts on, raring to go! With current world heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis present to set proceedings off, along with The Lord Mayor of Sheffield, […]
It’s a big night for Claire as she gets herself ready for the Clic Sargent Ball 2009, located at the very glamorous Stormfont Hotel in Belfast. Every inch the professional, Claire takes to the stage and delivers a highly informative […]
Nobody can explain what it’s like to have cancer better than you. By sharing your story, you can help people understand what it’s like going through cancer and raise awareness of the support Teenage Cancer Trust offers. Learn about the […]