In 2009 Will was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. Will who is now 15 year old is one of the first patients to get to stay in Birmingham’s brand new Teenage Cancer Trust unit, we get to have a quick look […]
Films Tagged: Drip Stand (19 films)
We get a sneaky peek inside the Royal Hospital for sick children, located in Edinburgh. With the help of Shannon McKenzies, first up is a tour around Ward Two, where everything from the kitchen to Shannon’s very pink bedroom quarters […]
Look Around Edinburgh
This latest video instalment finds Claire 18 days post transplant and preparing for various tests. After having a few days of being particularly ill, feeling both physically and mentally exhausted, Claire begins to perk up again and expresses her relief […]
Claire’s Video Blog
In the second part of Claire’s video diary, charting her days in hospital, she explains more of her treatment progress, the different drugs she has to have and her grueling routine. We get views of Belfast, day and night, as […]
Round the Clock on 10 North: part 2
An animation of an interview with Karen who has acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Here we are introduced to Jenna who is in hospital and receives her 5th chemo session. There are also visits from some friends and family.
Jenna, chapter 1
17 year old Josephine is on her 4th week of chemo after diagnosis of Osteosarcoma.
Josephine part 1
and also ‘afternoon meds’, ‘the burger-ler!’, ‘the evil drip stand’. Starring Cat Austin, Tom de Bruin, Cameron Anderson, Katie Brooman, and Ryan Riley.
one potato, two potato…
As well as having her tenth and final chemo (kind of), Alice has quite a social schedule booked. Please visit www.chrislucastrust.com for more info on Rhabdomyosarcoma.
Alice tries to lead as normal life as possible by going to school etc. despite constant interruptions for blood tests and treatment. Please visit www.chrislucastrust.com for more info on Rhabdomyosarcoma.
Bored, Bored, Bored
Richard explains the differences between his last stay and his current one. Richard’s film shows us how sometimes an adult ward can seem very bleak to a teenager. Here’s hoping that one day all hospitals will have teenage cancer units.
On the Adult Ward
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.