Zara Free, Lucie Carrington, and Anneke Edwick take us through that oh so popular subject of hospital ‘food’.
shake it, shake it.
This film is to show that we are not just young cancer patients we are simply young people.
Luisa gives a rundown of her journey through cancer.
A panel interview with Bruce Moreland, Brenda Gibson, David Walker, Robert Carr, Sue Picton, and Dan Stark. Important issues are raised about cancer treatment in the UK.
Just when you thought you had escaped the Christmas music…?
Luisa shares her experiences as she remembers her long time away from home in hospital.
Donavon and Piers show us round their ward and introduce us to a few nurses.
The third of Alice’s great films, and finally home, she can start to enjoy life again. Please visit www.chrislucastrust.com for more info on Rhabdomyosarcoma.
Joe shows us that although he has leukemia, he can still do the things he loves. His family come to visit him on his birthday, and he gets some good news.
Jordan, a newly diagnosed leukemia patient and nurse tormentor shows us around his ward.
The third of 3 films from Sarah, in which she tells us how she feels after the transplant and writes a thankyou letter to the bone marrow donor.