Time for some jokes with the Bristol & Cardiff’s Unfunny Five.
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.”
We join Jodie and Ben who take us on a tour of the Bristol Teenage Cancer Trust unit. Jodie and Ben talk about why it’s so important to be treated on a Teenage Cancer Trust unit.
Filmed as part of JTV Cancer Support’s One Week In Cancer 2014. Pete’s just got back from Teenage Cancer Trust’s Find Your Sense of Tumour, we hear about how tired he is after the weekend and Pete talks about how he now […]
It’s been a few weeks since we last had an update from Luisa as she’s been doing her best to keep her head above water. Luisa talks about how she had always thought she would like to work in oncology […]
Luisa talks about the bombshells she’s encountered through medical school about her own medical history. Luisa talks about working with the palliative care team and how she thought she dealt with the situation okay, however Luisa goes onto say after […]
Luisa gives us an update on what’s happening in her life, from waiting in for a smoothie maker that never turned up, to talking about medical school. We also hear how Luisa has joined a post-cancer fatigue workshop in order […]
We catch up with Luisa who is currently in year 5 at medical school training to be a doctor. Luisa talks about how she’s been feeling unwell and also fills us in on how medical school is going.
It’s been over four years since Luisa last filmed for JTV. Luisa is now studying to be a Doctor and just started Year 5. Luisa fills us in on her first few days at her new placement in Gloucester.