Filmed as part of JTV Cancer Support’s One Week In Cancer 2014. Jacob talks about how he’s found it hard getting back into school after having a year out due to treatment for Ewing’s Sarcoma. Jacob talks about how he particularly […]
We hear from Frankie and Rhiannon who talk about their experiences with brain fog or as some of you may know it as chemo brain! Frankie also gives some handy advice on how to deal with chemo brain. For those unfamiliar with […]
Footage taken from this years One Week In Cancer filming project where we asked young people with cancer to film their week. In this film we follow David Cowan around to see what a typical week is like for the […]
It’s the final instalment of this years One Week In Cancer. One Week In Cancer is jimmyteens.tv very own filming project where we asked young people across the country to film their week.
Filmed as apart of jimmyteens.tv media training programme. We hear from David, Ryan, Thomas and Wen who talk about their experiences with late effects after cancer and talk about how they have experienced survivorship guilt.
Filmed and edited by Wen through jimmyteens.tv media training programme. We join an emotional Wen who’s having a meeting with her tutors at university to discuss her future at university and how to plan out her future studies. Wen explains […]
In 2008, Jordan was given a 3% chance of survival after he slipped into a coma after Jordan suffered a stroke. Jordan had to learn how to walk again and took weeks until he could speak. In 2009, Jordan was […]
Filmed and edited by David through jimmyteens.tv media training programme. David explains how he’s struggling to remember to film his video diary due to his ongoing memory problems and gives us a quick overview of the past 6 years where […]
It’s time for a quick catch up with Lauren who is about to go into hospital for her radioactive iodine treatment. Lauren fills us in on the side effects of having no thyroid and how the most difficult thing to […]
Here we meet Charlie who was studying for her GCSEs at the time of her brain tumour diagnosis. Her diagnosis was a long time coming as she first started experiencing headaches at the age of 11, something that other people […]
Question: “Do you have any special learning, visual, or educational needs?”
In this film, Lucie explains what life was like for her during and after her chemo.