Second part of Ruth’s story, this time Ruth talks us through her experiences of having chemotherapy and its side effects.
Soft Tissue Sarcoma (72 films)
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.”
Ruth was travelling around South America when she started to experience pain and numbness down her left leg. Originally health professionals thought Ruth had an ovarian cyst but after numerous tests and complications of a diagnosis of Histoplasmosis, it was […]
Ruth’s Story – Diagnosis
Patients Sam and Jane share their stories of how cancer has impacted on their lives and their feelings towards their body image.
FYSOT 2015 – 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 […]
So What Now?
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.
After Cancer Treatment…So What Now? Promo
Luke was diagnosed with Desmoplastic small-round-cell tumour, a rare cancer. After various surgeries and months of chemo and radiation he’s been in remission for 4 months. A big racing car fan, Luke is enjoying the post hospital life and getting on […]
Luke Spalding (Just Got To Do It)
We meet 20 year old Charisse aka CC who was diagnosed with a rare form of tissue cancer called Synovial Sarcoma at the age of 16. Throughout the film we hear from CC herself as she takes part in a […]
Sonia’s daughter Alice Bullock lost her courageous battle to Rhabdomyosarcoma back in November 2008. Sonia, Alice’s brothers – Harry and George take to the skies on what would have been Alice’s 21st birthday to raise vital funds for the Teenage Cancer […]