When she was 21, Jennifer was treated in a single room on an adult haematology ward with lots of support from the staff.
Peter describes being on an adult ward after surgery for a brain tumour, and then on a teenage and young adult ward.
Emma had a bone marrow transplant on an adult ward. She had to stay in her room for 4-5 weeks, but mum could stay too.
At age 19, Kayley was treated for a sarcoma on a ward with facilities for young people that really helped pass the time.
Danielle had two young children when she had Hodgkin’s Lymphoma treatment on an adult chemotherapy day unit.
Craig was treated on a children’s unit for a brain tumour at age 20, until he transferred to an adult unit nearer home.
Following surgery for testicular cancer on a friendly adult ward, Dave had chemotherapy as an outpatient.