Sue Morgan explains how some young people find looking at their own cancer cells under the microscope help the young person to process their own cancer diagnosis through visualisation.
In 2010, Abbie started college when she first started to become tired and withdrawn. Abbie’s parents thought she was just going through a rebellious teenage phase. Whilst Abbie was taking her AS Levels, Abbie visited her GP to have a blood […]
Gemma has always had a passion for running and even when she was diagnosed with Stage 3 Burkitt’s Lymphoma, Gemma still wanted to keep running as running kept Gemma motivated and focused. Gemma talks about how she ran the Great […]
Amy was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer after not feeling well for over a year. Amy’s doctor’s first thought she had a cyst on her ovaries but during the operation they discovered it was actually cancer. Amy talks about the impact […]
Ray Westbrook is currently the captain of England Amputee Football Association. Ray talks about how when he was younger he was diagnosed with Spindle Cell Sarcoma. Ray was so late diagnosed he had to have an amputation as the cancer […]
JTV’s Peter Wilkinson is on hand to tell the FYSOT audience all about JTV Cancer Support. If you are interested in becoming a JTV filmmaker, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Constanze talks about how she’s struggled to get her life back on track after cancer. Before cancer Constanze was studying at Oxford University but during her first year, Constanze started to feel unwell and began visiting her GP who misdiagnosed […]
Another night, another chance to catch up with what’s happening with on the FYSOT chair.
It’s what you’ve all been waiting for…it’s footage from Friday night’s FYSOT 2014 chair!
Filmed at Southampton General Hospital, it’s time to officially open Teenage Cancer Trust’s 27th unit!
We all know Teenage Cancer Trust’s Find Your Sense of Tumour is amazing but young people explain why they find FYSOT so special and important.
It’s time to hear all about friends and family and how a cancer diagnosis has affected them in more stories from the infamous FYSOT chair.