We asked our filmmakers “What advice would you give to a young person newly diagnosed with cancer?” who were on hand to give newly diagnosed patients some excellent top tips from their experiences. To watch each filmmaker’s individual advice in […]
Jess talks openly about how she’s had to deal with anxiety and mental health problems during and after cancer. Jess gives fantastic advice that if you are going through anything similar to Jess, you should seek help and advice from […]
Jesse was diagnosed with Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma just after his ninth birthday. After spending over six and half years in remission, Jesse relapsed and had to have more treatment. We hear from Jesse who talks about the impact cancer […]
2014’s One Week in Cancer kicks off at Teenage Cancer Trust’s Find your sense of Tumour Conference. This is the first of 7 films which throughout one week, follows 20 young people through different stages of their cancer journeys, whether during […]
Cameron talks us through his cancer diagnosis and how treatment has been going for him.
Zeena talks about the struggles she experienced with her education while going through cancer treatment and why she needed to take some time away from her studies.
Amy was in full-time employment when she was diagnosed with cancer. Amy speaks about how her employment then and now are incredibly supportive. Amy also talks about how she enjoyed working at points of her cancer treatment which she found […]
We hear from Amy, Sarah, Shelbee and Zeena who talk about their experiences of work and education during/after cancer.
Here we meet 24 year old Amy who was diagnosed with Stage 2B Hodgkin’s Lymphoma after experiencing night sweats, infections, itchiness and a lump. Amy tells us how she was initially put into remission in February 2015 but unfortunately in […]
September is #BloodCancerAwarenessMonth. This short film features some of our young people with cancer that we have supported over the past ten years.
We hear from Imogen, Heena & Harry who attended one of the Teenage Cancer Trust’s Royal Albert Hall gigs. We get to hear about their day and what they got up to including meeting Bring Me The Horizon!
Heena tells us how she finds herself quite anxious before scan results and how she deals with hearing her results. “Scanxiety – Anxiety and worry that accompanies the period of time before undergoing or receiving the results of scans/tests.”
We hear from Heena, Thomas & Ruth who talk about scanxiety and how they deal with this. “Scanxiety – Anxiety and worry that accompanies the period of time before undergoing or receiving the results of scans/tests.”
Zeena talks about how she spent a year after treatment getting herself back to “normal”. Zeena talks about it was only then when she felt ready to look for a relationship.
Tasha explains how she couldn’t stop eating due to the steroids. Tasha explains how her body has changed dramatically through her treatment putting on 8 stones in 6 months but how you shouldn’t worry as you will lose that weight.
Zeena talks about how in her second year of university her friends told her she needed to get back into the dating game.