In 2007 Christopher was told he had cancer, since then the cancer has kept on returning. Christopher talks about his determination to continue to fight cancer and how having his car is a real importance to him as it enables […]
Back in 2009 Christopher had to go to Birmingham to have his right arm and shoulder amputated. Christopher talks us through how he felt when he woke from surgery, knowing he had lost his arm and shoulder. Christopher goes on […]
It’s the last day of Teenage Cancer Trust’s The Way Forward – Brain tumour style weekend and it’s time to get back to business and discuss all their experiences throughout their brain tumour journey. After all that talking it’s time […]
Coming all the way from San Diego, John Spinetta shares his wise words of wisdom on the losses and gains faced during a young person’s cancer journey. Drawing on his own experiences of working with young people, John bases his […]
Part two of Steph’s video diary sees her reaching a very important milestone in her treatment, as she officially becomes an outpatient, after continually being an in hospital for just over a month. With her hair falling out rapidly due […]
In this highly insightful film, charting the lives of cancer patients Brad and Tania, we hear how their contrasting experiences with the disease have dramatically changed their lives. Describing the build up to each diagnosis, both very different situations, Brad […]
Part two of Tom Green’s talk, explaining the personal ailments he has faced after receiving neurology treatment for two brain tumours, sees him talking about a host of factors, including his education process, the attitudes of various doctors and consultants […]
At the end of 2006 Carol was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in her right shoulder.