Cory was diagnosed just before he was 21, when he was in very good health. He remembers his first treatment, and how much he appreciated being able to leave his bed. His cancer returned very quickly, and his little brother […]
Brittany was diagnosed at a time when her friends were experiencing a typical teenage life. Seeing her friends and family in pain made her want to get through her treatment even more. She believes her cancer has made her stronger.
Emily gives us an insight into her life, sharing her experiences with diagnosis to remission to relapse and everything in between. Emily also touches on the importance of the services provided by the Teenage Cancer Trust and how much of […]
23-year-old Catrin Pugh was a normal young girl with her dreams and life in front of her, until in an instant everything changed forever. In 2013 she sustained horrific burn injuries but has beaten all the odds to astonish medical staff, […]
Grace was diagnosed with bone cancer. We hear from Grace herself and her family who share their experiences of having a cancer diagnosis within the family.
Mum Helen shares how her daughter was diagnosed while out in Australia. Helen also speaks about how her daughter’s cancer has affect her and her family.
We hear from Katie and her family about how Katie’s cancer diagnosis has impacted their lives.
When Chloe was 13 she was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a type of Bone Cancer. Chloe shares her experiences of life after cancer and how Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust has had a huge positive impact on her life.
Chloe received treatment for Bone Cancer in May 2005-May 2006. Chloe talks about how she found moving on from cancer really difficult including how she had to learn to walk again after having a hip and femur replacement, returning back […]
We catch up with Arnie who’s telling us all about his book that he has wrote called “Cancer, Determination and Me” all about Arnie’s experiences of having a brain tumour. You can purchase Arnie’s book via Amazon, Waterstones or on Arnie’s […]
It’s time to hear all about friends and family and how a cancer diagnosis has affected them in more stories from the infamous FYSOT chair.
After six months of misdiagnosis, Stephen finally received a cancer diagnosis at the start of Year 11. Stephen shares his cancer journey with the Find Your Sense of Tumour audience talking about treatment, surgery and how after bouts of remission […]