Time to look around the brand new Teenage Cancer Trust unit at Leicester Royal Infirmary.
Diagnosed with T-Cell Lymphoma last January David takes us on a road trip with his Dad and friend Rhianna to Royal Albert Hall to see Tinie Tempah & Jessie J. A very excited David & Rhianna gives us their review […]
It’s six years to the day that Lorna has been given the great news that she is cancer free. To celebrate this milestone Lorna is ready to start the fantastic project that is designing wiggly bags for your hickman line […]
Another open and honest film from Toni who talks about her low points of treatment – feeling alone, feeling like everyone was talking about her and feeling like a freak show as she was the only young person on an […]
Toni received treatment on an adult chemotherapy ward where she felt she was always seen as a talking point to other patients with her being so young compared to other people. Toni talks openly about how her cancer and treatment […]
Emma had a bone marrow transplant on an adult ward. She had to stay in her room for 4-5 weeks, but mum could stay too.
With a fun filled comedy comes even funnier outtakes as the stars of “Not Our Cup Of Tea” show us how much fun it can be to look bored at a rather outdated teenage youth group session run by a […]
Welcome teenagers! This group looks enthusiastic as humanely possible as they arrive for their Teenage Youth Group session and find the numbers are a little on the sparse side…think granny, not great. Nothing that a nice cup of tea and […]
Who knew plasticine could be so scary? One plasticine patient, waiting for her plasticine chemo, soon discovers just this, when her ever so friendly nurse lets loose the Lawn Boy…no need to get out the clippers then!
A tingly tongue, hot flushes, “something coming up the pipe”, a tuggy stomach…just a few of the symptoms felt when starting to feel under the weather, according to the cheerful looking red fella, in this animation by Danielle Robinson.
We follow Leicester as they try their hand at a bit of tobogganing, located at the SnowDome in Tamworth, on a 170 metre slope of real snow… so definitely not one for the faint hearted! After their chilly antics, there’s […]
Ever wondered what your cancer looked like up close and personal under the microscope? Lorna Dixon investigates how cancerous cells are recognised by doctors and the procedures which take place when working with microscopes, looking at different dyes, colours and […]