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 […]
Another chance to watch the first debate of many! This time education is on the agenda. Professionals and patients share their experiences on the matter. For advice on education – www.teenagecancertrust.org/what-we-do/education/
It’s David Passfield…interviewing David Passfield as he reveals his split persona and shares his experience of being diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (in both clay and human form). With his interview glasses on and questions at the ready, we hear […]
After being treated for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, here we meet Tom Mercer from Newcastle who shares his experience of cancer with us. Tom explains the huge difference it made being surrounded by positive people and the opportunity to forge many […]
Diagnosed in September 2006 with a brain tumour, this is Jonny’s story. 8 months on and we hear about his long and hard journey in detail, as Jonny explains the nasty side effects of treatment and the various operations he […]
It’s a momentous occasion as Josephine has her last ever week in hospital and leaves the dreaded drip behind for good! The princess theme continues as a fabulous trip to Disneyland Paris, as organised by Dreams Come True, sees the […]
Joesephine gives us an update on her progress including plans for a major operation. Her step dad raises £2000 for the TCT and YPU unit by riding a 50cc moped 200 miles with sponsors guessing how long it will take.
17 year old Josephine is on her 4th week of chemo after diagnosis of Osteosarcoma.
Libby takes us through her diagnosis and treatment of leukemia with chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and a bone marrow transplant from an un-related donor. There’s some great advice on school, jobs and friends.
Zara talks us through her experiences after being diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia at 14.
It’s 18 months after her stem cell transplant, and Sarah is back in hospital. She tells us how she feels, as she waits for even more chemo and a bone marrow transplant.