Wen is getting ready to set sail with the lovely people from Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust. As Wen has already been sailing with the trust before, she is now on the return to sail course to learn more about sailing. […]
Amy was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer after not feeling well for over a year. Amy’s doctor’s first thought she had a cyst on her ovaries but during the operation they discovered it was actually cancer. Amy talks about the impact […]
Liv now 18, talks about being diagnosed at 14 with bone cancer and how she had to have a leg amputation. Liv speaks about how she got into swimming competitively after going to Teenage Cancer Trust’s Find Your Sense of Tumour […]
Amazingly written poem by Anie who takes us through various cancer experiences in such an unique, beautifully put way.
Katie talks us through how she’s trying another new drug Interferon and the effects it’s having on her body.
We hear from Steven who talks about how his life has been impacted since his brother’s cancer diagnosis.
We revisit some of Ellie’s YouTube films to hear all about Ellie’s first chemotherapy. If you would like to see more of Ellie, please visit her YouTube page here.
FYSOT Under 18s 2017 may feel like it was months ago but the memories of a wonderful weekend are still here!
It’s time to see what happened on the West Midlands Family Day.
Time to see what happened at the North West family day!
Katie talks about how she’s lost her happy, feeling irritated and fed up. Katie also takes us through her thought process of all her drug options that are ahead of her.
Time for a mega mix of hits with Leeds.
Amazing Shanequa performs her own track to the FYSOT audience.
“Woof! Woof!” it’s time for Nottingham & Leicester showcase.
“Why Aye man” it’s time for Newcastle’s showcase.
Time to get your Star Wars on with the Liverpool lot.