Filmed as part of jimmyteens.tv media training programme. This film highlights the issues surrounding mental health as David, Thomas and Wen share their experiences.
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 […]
Time to catch up with Luned who tells us about how far she has come on since her operation on her leg, from being unable to walk unaided, Luned now can walk without the need of any walking aids. We […]
Luned and Wen first met each other on a trip to Cadbury World and since then have become great friends. They both explain why it’s good to have “cancer friends” but also they talk about the negative side of having […]
Filmed as part of 2017’s One Week In Cancer, we are back with mum Sarah and her son Ryan. Sarah explains that Ryan’s chemotherapy has been delayed due his blood count dropping.
Filmed as part of 2017’s One Week In Cancer here we meet Mum, Sarah and her son Ryan. Sarah explains how 15 year old Ryan was diagnosed with a rare lymphoma.
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.
It’s time for a catch up with Wen who looks back at her diagnosis, treatment, university and life after treatment.
2015 sees Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust celebrate it’s 12th year as a charity. We hear from Ceinwen (Wen) who tells us about the impact EMCT has had on her life.
Filmed as part of JTV Cancer Support’s One Week In Cancer 2014. It’s part two of Wen’s very fatigued week! Even though Wen is tired she’s got a busy few days ahead.
Filmed as part of JTV Cancer Support’s One Week In Cancer 2014. Aimee is 25 years old and has been in remission for six years after having treatment for Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Aimee shares with us her very sunny week as she’s […]
Filmed as part of JTV Cancer Support’s One Week In Cancer 2014. It’s a tough week for Wen as she’s struggling to fight the dreaded fatigue as well as fitting in all her uni work.