Filmed for the Cambridge Pathways Project. Dr. Amos Burke (Paediatric Oncologist) talks about chemotherapy and its side effects.
Daniel takes us through the first stages of a Bone Marrow Transplant and talks about how to fill the time whilst having a transplant.
We join Muznibin and his trusty cameraman aka Muznibin’s cousin at the very beginning of his leukaemia journey. The first few days are full of transfusions, chemotherapy and strange spots appearing on his skin!
Diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia at age 19, this is Jen’s story. After noticing unusual symptoms whilst studying at university, Jen made a visit to her GP and after a misdiagnosis of a chest infection, was diagnosed with cancer in […]
This latest instalment finds Matt in hospital, waiting to have a blood transfusion and introducing us to some of the nurses who treat him. After a much needed boost, Matt gets some fresh air with family on a walk, where […]
Alice’s 18th has finally come, which means only one thing in the Bullock household…a party! Cue jazzy candles, music and lots of cake as she celebrates surrounded by friends and family. Post party and now an official adult, Alice reminisces […]
The second part of Bonnie’s April diary sees her eagerly awaiting her latest CT scan results amongst dealing with some not-so-nice side effects including tiredness and a few crazy dreams! The race for life fund is steadily rising as Bonnie […]
Gavin tells us about his diagnosis of leukemia, and some of the procedures he had to go through. There are also thoughts from his mother. And advice on coping. Highly informative.
Bonnie starts her chemo treatment and talks us through her tablets, transfusions, sickness etc. It doesn’t sound easy…
Alice talks about feeling alienated from her friends , exams, and a host of other things including a PET scan and her last chemo. Please visit www.chrislucastrust.com for more info on Rhabdomyosarcoma.
Milissa goes to get her hair styled, and explains her own private experiences with her leukemia, and how losing her hair was hard to go through.
Another absolute corker from Alice, home again, and she explains how lucky she feels to have had her illness as it put her whole life into perspective. Please visit www.chrislucastrust.com for more info on Rhabdomyosarcoma.