FYSOT 2018 Under 18s – Breaking Conventions, Making Connections – Kay Scorah Your browser doesn’t support HTML5 video. Here is a link to the video instead. Published: 19th Jul '18 Channel: FYSOT, Teenage Cancer Trust Region: UK “If people never did silly things, nothing intelligent would ever get done…” – Wittgenstein. Embed Copy and paste this code onto your website. Leave a Comment Related Films In this honest and emotional portrayal of how watching a sibling go through cancer treatment can harbour all sorts of powerful thoughts and emotions, Tom describes, through the process of writing down his hopes and fears in a letter, how […] my letter, my brother, my mum Diagnosed with Leukemia, Thomas gives us a very personal account of his beliefs, and how he coped with the diagnosis after being told there was no cure; obtaining drugs previously not available on the NHS. Thomas Gavin tells us about his diagnosis of leukemia, and some of the procedures he had to go through. There are also thoughts from his mother. And advice on coping. Highly informative. Gavin Cancer is nothing new to Katie as she has recovered from it twice already, proving that she’s a fighter. 5 Weeks This film tells you all you need to know about the P.E.G. Very spaceage! The P.E.G.