Can you believe that Find Your Sense of Tumour 2012 happened over a year ago? Well if you are missing your FYSOT fix or you just can’t wait until the next FYSOT check out this little photo film to give […]
Think Find Your Sense of Tumour 2012 would pass by without Pierre having his say? Think again, as the loveable Pierre is back, showing highlights from FYSOT 2012 and it seems that Pierre has a new camera lady at Nottingham…wonder […]
It’s time to don your white gloves again as RJC Dance take us through some more glowing dance moves!
Question time with the professionals as Bill Badham, Dr Jeremy Whelan, Professor Sir Mike Richards CBE, Dr Louise Jordan, Tom Grew, Simon Davies & Sara Hiom take to the FYSOT stage to answer all those important questions that the audience […]
Time to get your groove on as the fabulous RJC Dance pop on their dancing gloves to show FYSOT an illuminated good time!
Hardeep is back for his second FYSOT and the agenda is all about food – how important it is to eat and enjoy what you are eating! Hardeep being Hardeep means that a few naughty words do slip out of […]
Time to kick of Teenage Cancer Trust’s annual Find Your Sense of Tumour event with FYSOT veterans Sue Morgan & Nigel Revell.
Second night at FYSOT means double the fun, double the noise on the FYSOT chair…wonder whether FYSOT chair 2013 is going to get even louder?
Yes that’s right, Find Your Sense of Tumour’s very own diary room chair is back!!!! Expect noise, craziness and randomness as the first night kicks off in true FYSOT style!
Stacy was diagnosed at 21 years old with an aggressive primitive neuroectodermal tumour back in 2007 after months of visiting her GP with symptoms of passing blood and a large lump on her side. Stacy eventually requested an opinion from […]
Second part of EVA (Evaluation Video Apparatus) asking the young people attending this year’s Find Your Sense of Tumour different questions and EVA records their answers. Here is what happened on the final part of Saturday night.
Daniel, Holly, Amy and Wen aka The Cardiff Crew takes us through their experience of having cancer treatment and been treated on a Teenage Cancer Trust Unit. We hear about their best moments on the ward, their blossoming friendship, their […]