Shelbee discusses life after cancer treatment and talks about how people presume once in remission everything is back to normal!
Cambridge (213 films)
Shelbee talks about how not been able to do the things she loves is the worst part of treatment but talks about how funny it is to be able to “high five” people who have the same cancer at FYSOT.
Welcome to the House of Fun – Part Three
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 […]
One Week in Cancer 2014 – Monday
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 […]
What advice would you give to a young person newly diagnosed with cancer?
In this short film taken from ‘Let’s Talk Fertility’ we focus on the symptoms of fertility issues.
Fertility – Symptoms
In this short film we focus on the emotions surrounding fertility issues.
Fertility – Emotions
In this film we focus on the topic of talking about fertility, wether it’s Doctors, Friends or Family.. Fertility issues are not something that should be kept unspoken.
Fertility – Talk about it
Tackling the hugely important topic of fertility, four young people from Cambridge who share their experiences of having had cancer and the challenges surrounding their fertility post treatment. If you have any questions about your fertility after cancer please consult […]
Let’s Talk About Fertility!
Amazing Shanequa performs her own track to the FYSOT audience.
FYSOT Under 18s 2017 – Shanequa
Before cancer Shelbee was a high achiever at school however after going through cancer treatment and time away from education Shelbee decided to go to university, sadly Shelbee struggled a great deal and has now chosen to leave university as her mental […]
“It was the craziest year of my life”
We hear from Amy, Sarah, Shelbee and Zeena who talk about their experiences of work and education during/after cancer.
Back to work & education
Now Ruth’s treatment has finished Ruth tells us of the things she has planned and how important it is to set goals.
End of Treatment – Part Two
Coming to the end of treatment can be an exciting but equally anxious time, Ruth tells us how anti-climatic it all was to finally finish treatment and how she’s now questioning what to do next with her life.
End of Treatment – Part One
Ruth tells us how she was approved for a month’s worth of Proton Therapy in America and how she and her mum had to stay over there for her treatment but the rest of Ruth’s family managed to fly over and […]
Ruth’s Story – Proton Therapy
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 […]
Second part of Ruth’s story, this time Ruth talks us through her experiences of having chemotherapy and its side effects.