FYSOT 2015 – Over 18s All the films taken from Find Your Sense of Tumour 2015 Over 18s. Your browser doesn’t support HTML5 video. Here is a link to the video instead. FYSOT 2015 – Welcome & Introduction with Sue Morgan & Simon Hewett-AvisonSue Morgan & Simon Hewett-Avison welcome everyone to this years Teenage Cancer Trust’s Find Your Sense of Tumour. Friday 13th November 2015 – The FYSOT ChairFirst night’s FYSOT chair’s antics from 2015’s Teenage Cancer Trust’s Find Your Sense of Tumour. Saturday 14th November 2015 – The FYSOT ChairIt’s Saturday, it’s the 14th November…can only mean one thing, another night with the FYSOT chair! FYSOT 2015 – A Young Person’s Guide to CancerTeenage Cancer Trust’s Gary Doig talks about their new guide FYSOT 2015 – Who the hell would do an Ironman?!Triathlete and oncologist Lucy talks about how she ended up taking part in a triathlon after a break up. Lucy explains how setting herself the challenge of what seemed an impossible goal of taking part in the Ironman event gave her an incredible sense of pride, which spurred her on to more triathlon events and eventually led her to being a pro athlete. Lucy talks about how failure can make you a stronger person and how you shouldn’t let personal experiences stop you from achieving your goals. FYSOT 2015 – Living with the C BombChloe received treatment for Bone Cancer in May 2005-May 2006. Chloe talks about how she found moving on from cancer really difficult including how she had to learn to walk again after having a hip and femur replacement, returning back to school and getting back into “normal” life. Chloe talks about the positive impact the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust has had on her life. FYSOT 2015 – Mental health & meJess talks openly about how difficult certain elements of her cancer journey have been. Jess talks about how her cancer diagnosis and its treatment has impacted on her mental health and her relationships with others. FYSOT 2015 – FertilitySue Morgan chats to pop singer Lee Brennan about his life being in the boy band 911 and about his cancer diagnosis when he was a child and how he relapsed when he was a teenager. Lee talks openly about how his cancer treatment has affected his fertility. During the chat, Lee and Sue are joined by Professor Allan Pacey (Fertility expert) who talks about fertility options following cancer treatment. For more information on Fertility, check out Allan Pacey’s fertility fact film here. FYSOT 2015 – Body ImagePatients Sam and Jane share their stories of how cancer has impacted on their lives and their feelings towards their body image. FYSOT 2015 – Introduction to the English Amputee Football Association (EAFA)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 had spread throughout his foot. Ray also talks about how he got involved with the English Amputee Football Association. FYSOT 2015 – Sexuality after Cancer TreatmentShona, Caroline and patient Jacob talk about all things to do with sexuality and how it might change once you’ve had cancer. FYSOT 2015 – Amy Fenwick – “I blame Disney!”Amy was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma after travelling the world. Amy talks about the impact her cancer diagnosis has had on her relationships and how she got into internet dating which lead her onto finding her boyfriend FYSOT 2015 – From Trauma to TriumphSgt. 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 over an amazing £1million pound for different charities. **Please note there may be some swearing that people may find offensive** FYSOT 2015 – Look after yourselfDr. Bob Phillips talks about how to look after yourself and how a lot of information out there can be quite contradictory. FYSOT 2015 – Fate : Was it always meant to be?Georgia was a fit and healthy 20 year old, training to be a nurse, happily in a relationship with her boyfriend when she was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Georgia was treated on an adult ward instead of an age appropriate ward like a Teenage Cancer Trust Unit but Georgia talks about how the new pilot scheme from Teenage Cancer Trust Outreach team helped Georgia through her treatment. FYSOT 2015 – Are men really from Mars?Professor Alan White works at the Centre for Men’s Health Institute for Health and Wellbeing. Prof White talks about how he got involved with Sue Morgan to help look after young men with cancer. FYSOT 2015 – Staying brilliantJames Hilton delivers the last talk of FYSOT 2015 talking about how to think positive and stay brilliant!