Ray Westbrook is currently the captain of England Amputee Football Association. Ray talks about how when he was younger he was diagnosed with Spindle Cell Sarcoma. Ray was so late diagnosed he had to have an amputation as the cancer […]
Kenny spent 18 months trying to convince his GP that something wasn’t right. Kenny even changed his GP in the hope to get a diagnosis for his ongoing symptoms that were starting to affected not only his life but his […]
Keely was pregnant with her son when she first started noticing that she was bleeding and started to have pains in her back and stomach. Despite being checked numerous times, Doctors misdiagnosed Keely with an inflamed cervix but Keely was […]
jimmyteens.tv and ex-brain tumour patient Peter Wilkinson sets out on a year long journey to find out how things can improve when it comes to brain tumours. Peter investigates the need for more research, how vital it is for early […]
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 […]
Months after her own Mum was diagnosed with cancer, April got the devastating news that she also had cancer after numerous visits to her GP who passed her headaches off as other conditions. April needed a shunt and surgery immediately […]
Another fantastic live debate originally broadcast on 19th April 2011. Presented by ex-brain tumour patient Peter Wilkinson discusses the key points of the Brain Tumour manifesto which highlights a need for early diagnosis, better quality of treatment and need for […]
A revealing film on the important topic that is late diagnosis, young people share their experience on how doctors continued to miss their symptoms and how these impacted on their daily lives.