Sgt. Simon Hamer shares his story of his life in the army. Simon talks about how he ended up losing both legs while serving for his country in Afghanistan. Simon talks about his life now and how he’s raised amazing amounts […]
We’re back on the FYSOT u18s 2016 Chair, this time hearing from Kieran who shares his feelings about being at FYSOT and talking about his love of music.
Athlete adventurer Ross talks about how and why you should set a fitness goal. From walking the length of the corridor on your ward to climbing a rope the height of Everest. Whatever it may be…the goal does not matter…starting […]
Brining together the themes of self-reflection, resilience and how questioning everything can actually be incredibly beneficial to empower and participate fully in life.
Toby talks about the impact of his cancer diagnosis and how he’s struggled to accept his diagnosis at different points of his cancer.
Jane & Phyll from the charity Changing Faces share personal experiences and easy to use “tools” to keep positive and social “tools” for managing other people’s reactions when your cancer may mean that other people see you as a “different” person.
Regular to Find Your Sense of Tumour Prof. Allan Pacey gives us an overview on possibly fertility issues that might happen after cancer treatment. If you have any concerns about your own fertility, please speak to your care team/GP.
When Chloe was 13 she was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a type of Bone Cancer. Chloe shares her experiences of life after cancer and how Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust has had a huge positive impact on her life.
FYSOT favourite Dr. Bob Phillips is back to talk about lots of ways to look after yourself mentally and physically.
It’s the one you’ve been waiting for, the showcase you’ve wanted to relive over and over again, the Teenage Cancer Trust staff hit the FYSOT stage and show us how to “push a pineapple, shake the tree!”
Regulars to the FYSOT stage; RJC dance show us how it’s done!
It’s time for the Blue hair Brazilians to take to the FYSOT stage.