We hear from Amy, Sarah, Shelbee and Zeena who talk about their experiences of work and education during/after cancer.
Now Ruth’s treatment has finished Ruth tells us of the things she has planned and how important it is to set goals.
Steph is back and would you believe that it’s been over three years since Steph was diagnosed with Leukaemia? Steph fills us in on what’s been happening since she last filmed including finishing university, travelling to see her family in […]
Filmed and edited by Ryan through jimmyteens.tv media training programme. Ryan explains how he’s off to a few hospital appointments and a couple of days of work ahead of him. Ryan explains how much he enjoys working but how it […]
Filmed and edited by Tom through jimmyteens.tv media training programme here is the second part of Thomas’ video diary filmed in May 2012. Thomas talks about some of his goals that he now has since finishing chemotherapy, high on the […]
Solider Jonathan has recently been diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia after experiencing food poisoning like symptoms. Jonathan speaks about the wonderful staff at The Freeman Hospital in Newcastle and how the army have supported amazingly well since his diagnosis. With […]
It’s the last day of Teenage Cancer Trust’s The Way Forward – Brain tumour style weekend and it’s time to get back to business and discuss all their experiences throughout their brain tumour journey. After all that talking it’s time […]
jimmyteens.tv very own live debate took place on Tuesday 28th June 2011. In this debate the topic for discussion was late effects and survivorship issues which the audience of ex-patients and professionals shared their experience.
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 quick catch up with Katie, who seems to have turned into a tour guide, firstly we get a tour of her work and see the all important coffee machine, life can’t be bad for a private PA like Katie! […]
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/