Vicki talks about how her cancer diagnosis has affected her little sister, her parents and her friends.
Luned and Wen first met each other on a trip to Cadbury World and since then have become great friends. They both explain why it’s good to have “cancer friends” but also they talk about the negative side of having […]
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.
Regular to jimmyteens.tv Katie but first time speaker at Find Your Sense of Tumour talks about her cancer diagnosis of Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia.
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 […]
Filmed at Find Your Sense of Tumour 2013. 24 year old James Wells was diagnosed with AML back in May 2010, before his diagnosis James was extremely into his fitness and exercise. James tells his cancer story and explains why […]
Back in September 2012 Japeth was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia. Japeth talks about how he coped through cancer with the help of his family, friends, girlfriend and tv shows.
It’s the weekend for our One Week In Cancer filmmakers (Saturday 11th May) as we catch up with them to see what they are up to. One Week In Cancer is jimmyteens.tv very own filming project where we asked young people […]
It’s day five (Friday 10th May) of jimmyteens.tv very own One Week In Cancer filming project where we asked young people across the country to film their week.
Filmed as apart of jimmyteens.tv very own One Week In Cancer filming project where we asked young people across the country to film their week. It’s day four (Thursday 9th May), let’s see what our filmmakers got up to…
Filmed as apart of jimmyteens.tv very own One Week In Cancer filming project where we asked young people across the country to film their week. It’s time to see what happened on day three (Wednesday 8th May).
Filmed as apart of jimmyteens.tv very own media training programme this film explores David, Ryan, Thomas and Wen’s experiences with relationships and how these have changed since they were diagnosed with cancer.