24 year old Danny from Essex was living with his girlfriend in Birmingham when he first noticed changes in his testicles. After originally putting off visiting his doctor his girlfriend encouraged him to book an appointment. Danny was later told […]
Time to hear about Doctor Kevin and his bow tie in a little festive jingle that will have you singing it all Christmas.
A revealing film on the important topic that is late diagnosis, young people share their experience on how doctors continued to miss their symptoms and how these impacted on their daily lives.
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.
Tick tock, tick tock….when you’re bored in the waiting room and have only a couple of chums for company, telling ghost stories may seem like a good idea…not for these three friends though, when they unleash a horrifying chain of […]
Part two of Tom Green’s talk, explaining the personal ailments he has faced after receiving neurology treatment for two brain tumours, sees him talking about a host of factors, including his education process, the attitudes of various doctors and consultants […]
The results from last year’s survey concerning all aspects of young people’s experience with cancer are summarised and discussed, highlighting some interesting findings.
After finding herself back in hospital again due to an infection and low counts, Alice is feeling deflated and wants to be back at home. After a talk with the doctors however, Alice soon realises she must stay and get […]
We put 4 mini video cameras put into the children’s hospital and the Teenage Cancer Trust Unit in Weston Park for 2 days.
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.
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.
Alice gives some good advice on how to stay positive in hospital, she puts her points across flawlessly, always with a smile. Please visit www.chrislucastrust.com for more info on Rhabdomyosarcoma.