An overview of fertility issues for both males & females
Teenage Cancer Trust (453 films)
A charity devoted to improving the lives of teenagers and young adults with cancer.
Films from previous Find Your Sense of Tumours, Royal Albert Hall music workshops, Teenage Cancer Trust unit openings and many more Teenage Cancer Trust based films.
“If people never did silly things, nothing intelligent would ever get done…” – Wittgenstein.
FYSOT 2018 Under 18s – Breaking Conventions, Making Connections – Kay Scorah
The IAM website exists to support teenage and young adult patients with cancer. We know there are many areas in a young person’s life that are impacted by having a cancer diagnosis. Filling out an IAM assessment helps you (and […]
Welcome to Integrated Assessment Mapping via the IAM Portal
Well…what an absolutely amazing time we have had alongside The Teenage Cancer Trust this year at the Under 18s Find Your Sense Of Tumour! This film contains the full run through of the weekend from talks to activities to showcases! […]
FYSOT FILM UNDER 18s 2018
In this film Abbey shares her personal story and experiences of going through cancer at a young age.
James shares with us his story of dealing with cancer at a young age.
In this film Kirsty gives us an insight into her personal story dealign with cancer.
Connor Reilly talks with us about being diagnosed with Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia.
Emily gives us an insight into her life, sharing her experiences with diagnosis to remission to relapse and everything in between. Emily also touches on the importance of the services provided by the Teenage Cancer Trust and how much of […]
Matthew shares with us his personal experiences of going through cancer, he talks about life before leading up to diagnosis and the struggles of going through chemotherapy.
In this short film taken from ‘Let’s Talk Fertility’ we focus on the symptoms of fertility issues.
Fertility – Symptoms
In this film the very brave Grace shares with us her cancer story. She talks about life before cancer, cancer treatment, friends, family and the importance of The Teenage Cancer Trust and the services they provide.