“It felt like someone had taken your life away and put it in a box and kept it, for 18 months” is how Laura felt going through her cancer treatment. Laura fills us in on what’s been happening since she […]
Mhairi gives us some excellent tips on how to make the most of your thin hair including using coloured dry shampoo, hair extensions and uses of a hairband. A real must watch film!
It’s time for a catch up with Steph who is all happy, happy, happy as she has now returned to university and started her maintenance treatment which balancing the two seems to be quite manageable for Steph. We hear how […]
Part 2 of Laura’s video diary sees her explaining how her family and friends dealt with her diagnosis, as she takes time to read out some of the many letters and cards sent to her in the beginning. As Laura […]
17 year old Josephine is on her 4th week of chemo after diagnosis of Osteosarcoma.
Your hair may be dropping out, so make the most of it while you can.
The 20th anniversary of trips to Avon Tyrrell, an activity centre where patients can get together and take part in various team building activities – and build their strength.
Milissa goes to get her hair styled, and explains her own private experiences with her leukemia, and how losing her hair was hard to go through.
Luisa shares her experiences as she remembers her long time away from home in hospital.
A simple but heartwarming second film from Alex in which we see all the stages of his illness from losing his hair to his recovery.
Richard explains the differences between his last stay and his current one. Richard’s film shows us how sometimes an adult ward can seem very bleak to a teenager. Here’s hoping that one day all hospitals will have teenage cancer units.
Lucie Carrington from Manchester talks with Rachel from Sheffield about her hair loss.