Here we meet 24 year old James and 21 year old Phoebe. James speaks about the lead up to his brain tumour diagnosis whereas Phoebe discusses how she was eventually diagnosed with malignant melanoma.
Ex-patient Kelly meets her own GP Dr. Jorden who was the one who actually diagnosed Kelly back in 2001 with non-hodgkin’s lymphoma. Kelly and Dr. Jorden discuss the issues surrounding diagnosing young people with cancer.
Filmed at Find Your Sense of Tumour 2012 – jimmyteens.tv very own EVA (Evaluation Video Apparatus) meets three young ladies; Emily, Ellie and Chanel who have all been diagnosed with breast cancer.
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 […]
26 year old Tom was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma back in February 2004. Tom speaks about how he put off seeing a GP about a painless lump in his neck as he never imagined it would turn out to be […]
A very honest and open film from Andrew who tells us of the lead up to his very rare diagnosis of lung cancer at the age of 15. Andrew goes on to explain that even though he was told he […]
Laura was 18 years old when she first started to notice her symptoms but mixed with usual university worries and the infamous ‘fresher flu’ Laura thought it was nothing to worry about and continued student life! The symptoms soon got […]
Shahn was a typical normal 19 year old student who went to her GP after developing a rash, Shahn had a blood test to make sure everything was normal but the next day her GP rang to request further testing […]
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 […]
Natasha was misdiagnosed for nine months and put on numerous tablets for her headaches, sickness, tiredness and dramatic vision changes. Her GP put down her symptoms as stress as 16-year-old Natasha was studying for her GCSE’s at boarding school. After […]
SIC is going national! This is the second version of the cancer awareness film for young people to be used in schools, colleges and universities. It includes young people from all around the country. Please contact Lorraine Case (firstname.lastname@example.org) or […]
Nabin who is originally from Nepal came to England last September. Whilst over here Nabin started to develop symptoms such as pain, fatigue and a sore mouth, a few GP visits went by but nothing was really done about Nabin’s […]