Filmed as part of 2017’s One Week In Cancer JTV Cancer Support’s regular filmmaker Jess shares with us her week. Jess is now five years out of treatment and at university but explains how she still struggles with the after effects […]
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.
Jess talks about how she has dealt with relationships during and after cancer including how she is now in a relationship with another ex-cancer patient after originally meeting him at Teenage Cancer Trust’s FYSOT.
It’s been a year since Jess made her Mental Health & Me film, Jess gives us an update on where she is at now with her health and how she is learning to live with her anxieties without taking as […]
We asked our filmmakers how does cancer impact on your relationships with past, present and potential partners.
Filmed as part of our “What advice would you give to a young person newly diagnosed with cancer?” film. Jess gives some top tips on how to deal with having cancer including how to deal with cancer and social media!
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 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.
It’s been a while since Jess last did a film for JTV. As Jess approaches her 3 year remission anniversary, Jess talks about how you don’t get over having cancer, you come to terms with it and how it will always […]