We hear from Steven who talks about how his life has been impacted since his brother’s cancer diagnosis.
Filmed as part of 2017’s One Week In Cancer, we are back with mum Sarah and her son Ryan. Sarah explains that Ryan’s chemotherapy has been delayed due his blood count dropping.
Filmed as part of 2017’s One Week In Cancer here we meet Mum, Sarah and her son Ryan. Sarah explains how 15 year old Ryan was diagnosed with a rare lymphoma.
Nine year old Isobel is taking on a ten mile walk in memory of her Uncle Peter. Isobel talks about her Uncle Peter and why she’s fundraising for Weston Park Hospital in Sheffield and Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre in […]
Alice Bullock was one of JTV’s very first serial filmmakers, in total Alice made over 30 films for JTV Cancer Support. We hear from Alice’s mum, Sonia who talks about the impact of JTV on Alice’s life. To watch Alice’s […]
UCLH patients Zeena, Hannah and Heidi talk about why their friendship works and shares some memories of their friendship.
Abigail, Frankie and Peter talk about how they told certain people in their lives about their cancer diagnosis. Abigail talks about how she told her best friend over the phone, Frankie was more worried about telling her mum as her […]
Luned and Wen first met each other on a trip to Cadbury World and since then have become great friends. They both explain why it’s good to have “cancer friends” but also they talk about the negative side of having […]
Our Voice are a series of films which formed part of a workshop session by Professor Ian Lewis and Dr. Dan Stark which were used at the first ENTYAC (European Network for Teenagers and Young Adults with Cancer) course about […]
In 2008, Jordan was given a 3% chance of survival after he slipped into a coma after Jordan suffered a stroke. Jordan had to learn how to walk again and took weeks until he could speak. In 2009, Jordan was […]
David was diagnosed with a brain tumour over six years ago, we hear from David’s brothers who talk about the impact David’s diagnosis has had on them.
It’s time to have a little fun, chill out and be pampered as it’s Leeds family day! We join staff, patients and their families for a fun packed day and where Chicken is definitely on the menu! Yummy!