Filmed as part of the Oxford Radiotherapy film Said takes us through his experience of being diagnosed and treated for Glioblastoma (Brain Tumour). Created with collaboration between patients and staff from the Teenage & Young Adult team at Oxford University […]
Tom talks about the importance of being on a Teenage Cancer Trust unit.
15 year old Tom and mum, Harriet talk about Tom’s brain tumour diagnosis and treatment. Tom and Harriet also talk about how they’re are now looking into changing Tom’s diet and trying the Ketogenic Diet. ***Please speak with your GP/Care Team […]
18 year old Alex first thought something was seriously wrong with him whilst doing one of his GCSE exams, Alex was later to have an MRI which discovered a brain tumour. We hear how Alex dealt with his diagnosis with […]
Alicia was eight years old when she was diagnosed with a brain tumour, now 16, Alicia talks about how at the time she didn’t really understand the implications of having a brain tumour but now she can look back and realise how […]
At aged 11, Rachel was diagnosed with a brain tumour, Rachel talks about how the support of her family and friends really helped her. Rachel explains how “Gertrude – The Brain Tumour” went away, but recently “Gertrude” has reappeared but […]
Filmed as part of series of films highlighting the impact Cerebellar Mutism has on not only the patient but also the families. We hear from Professor David Walker, Dr. Rob Dineen and Donald Macarthur as they discuss the complexity of […]
Filmed as part of series of films highlighting the impact Cerebellar Mutism has on not only the patient but also the families. We hear from dad Tristan who talks about Antonio’s experiences.
Filmed as part of series of films highlighting the impact Cerebellar Mutism has on not only the patient but also the families. We hear from mum Michelle who talks about Madeline’s experiences.