Alyssa’s parents originally thought that her condition was classic teenage laziness. After she was diagnosed, Alyssa hated her treatment. She was very hormonal and experienced mood swings during her treatment, but decided to remain positive.
Filmed for the Cambridge Pathways Project. Dr. Amos Burke a Consultant Paediatric Oncologist talks about a type of brain tumour called Medulloblastoma.
FYSOT regular Dr. Allan Pacey discusses the important topic of fertility.
Michelle was diagnosed with AML (Acute Myeloid Leukaemia) back in July 2007 and since then has had two stem cell transplants. Michelle talks openly and honestly about the impact her diagnosis, treatment and transplants has had on not only her […]
Allan Pacey returns to Find Your Sense of Tumour to give an extremely informative talk about all things Fertility based!
Continuing with the Headspace series, we hear more from former brain tumour patients Sarah, Jonny, Rebecca, Ashley, Curtis and Craig. Talking about the physical, emotional and learning difficulties faced post treatment, we discover each case is very different, often depending […]
In this highly informative film, Sheffield provides a full rundown of the after care procedures taken for late effects of cancer, occurring months or years after treatment has finished and differing from symptoms seen during illness. Affecting both physical and […]
Questions: “When you are diagnosed were you given any choice of treatments?”, “Do you have any hormone requirements?”, “Were you hormone requirements adequately addressed at the time of treatment?”, “A standard 6 week treatment with 70% chance of cure Vs. […]
Allan Pacey presents a big issue for many cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy…