Day five of One Week In Cancer (Friday 3rd February) and it seems the week is tiring everyone out!
It’s Thursday 2nd February so day four of One Week In Cancer, time to check in to see what our filmmakers are doing.
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.
Alice Bullock was one of JTV’s very first serial filmmakers, in total Alice made over 30 films for JTV Cancer Support. We hear from Alice’s mum, Sonia who talks about the impact of JTV on Alice’s life. To watch Alice’s […]
Patients Sam and Jane share their stories of how cancer has impacted on their lives and their feelings towards their body image.
Filmed for the Cambridge Pathways Project. Dr. Boo Messahel Consultant Paediatric Oncologist talks about Rhabdomyosarcoma a type of muscle cancer.
Sometimes it can be really hard to move forward from cancer but the young people in this film explain how it’s perfectly normal to feel those feelings and talk about how cancer has changed them. This film is apart of a […]
This film focuses on how the young people have coped during and after cancer treatment with their relationships with partners, family and friends as well as how to deal with new relationships. This film is apart of a series of films called […]
After cancer treatment the young people found themselves having to deal with a series of physical effects including fatigue, memory problems (chemo brain) body image issues and fertility problems. During this film the young people discuss how they have coped with […]
After Cancer Treatment…So What Now? Is a series of 9 films coming soon to DVD and to jtvcancersupport.com that is made by young people from Sheffield that speak honestly about life after cancer treatment.