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 […]
17 year old Otis was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma and received treatment for his cancer in 2009. Otis is back in hospital after the metal in his leg got infected so had to have the metal replaced. Otis explains all about […]
Luned and Wen first met each other on a trip to Cadbury World and since then have become great friends. They both explain why it’s good to have “cancer friends” but also they talk about the negative side of having […]
Time to catch up with Luned who tells us about how far she has come on since her operation on her leg, from being unable to walk unaided, Luned now can walk without the need of any walking aids. We […]
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.
Grace was diagnosed with bone cancer. We hear from Grace herself and her family who share their experiences of having a cancer diagnosis within the family.
Filmed as part of 2017’s One Week In Cancer we spend the week with Caroline who was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in 2000. Caroline talks about how she manages life post cancer and how she copes with her late effects following cancer treatment.
Day five of One Week In Cancer (Friday 3rd February) and it seems the week is tiring everyone out!
It’s day three of One Week In Cancer (Wednesday 1st February 2017) where we catch up with our filmmakers and it’s a particularly tough day for Jess as she is attending a fellow cancer friend’s funeral.
It’s day two of One Week In Cancer (Tuesday 31st January 2017) where we get a glimpse of what is happening in the lives of our filmmakers.
We asked YOU to show us what One Week In Cancer is like for you! Here’s a snapshot of what happened during Monday 30th January 2017.
This short film features a snapshot of our 150 films made by our young people affected by bone cancer. Please share to raise awareness for Bone Cancer Awareness Week – 10th-16th October 2016.
We hear from Amy, Sarah, Shelbee and Zeena who talk about their experiences of work and education during/after cancer.
Liv now 18, talks about being diagnosed at 14 with bone cancer and how she had to have a leg amputation. Liv speaks about how she got into swimming competitively after going to Teenage Cancer Trust’s Find Your Sense of Tumour […]
Filmed for the Cambridge Pathways Project. Consultant Paediatric Oncologist Dr. Boo Messahel talks about osteosarcoma which is a type of bone cancer.
Filmed as part of JTV Cancer Support’s One Week In Cancer 2014. Daniel talks about how a recent follow-up appointment discovered a secondary tumour on his lung. Daniel discusses how he has always feared the cancer returning and talks about […]