A panel of experts within the cancer and NHS communities answer some demanding questions from the audience. Panel discussion chaired by Bill Badham, with Prof. Sire Mike Richards CBE, Prof. John Radford, Dr. Terry Bowley, Sam Smith, Dr. Dan Yeomanson, […]
Diagnosed with Acute Promyelocytic Leukaemia in March 2009, Jen who is now in remission takes us through the days running up to her diagnosis. The only thing Jen was ever ill with before her diagnosis was a cold, so when […]
Danielle had two young children when she had Hodgkin’s Lymphoma treatment on an adult chemotherapy day unit.
Here we are introduced to Louise Delvin from Belfast, who was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma whilst studying at University. With her first indication something might be wrong coming from an ongoing pain and swelling in her shoulder, Louise visited her […]
Here we are introduced to Holly Rix from Cardiff, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in January of last year. After discovering a lump on her neck, Holly visited her GP, who then referred her to the hospital to have […]
Questions: “If you felt unwell now in any way who would you go to, your GP, or specialist?”, “What type of clinics would you like to see developed?”, “How often do you think patients should be seen?”, “Would you want […]
Allan Pacey presents a big issue for many cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy…
One young man’s experience of being diagnosed with cancer, as he takes us through his diagnosis and treatment.
Alex explains what it was like after being diagnosed with oesteosarcoma, and tells us his worries about his twin brother going down the same route.