L Rose gives us an update on what’s happening in her life, from waiting in for a smoothie maker that never turned up, to talking about medical school. We also hear how L Rose has joined a post-cancer fatigue workshop […]
Since October 2012 Peter has been finding that his cancer keeps reoccurring after having four years cancer free, the time now has come to have chemotherapy again but not before he spends some quality time with a couple of meerkats…yes […]
Peter’s back giving us an update and it’s been a while since we last caught up with Peter and it seems a lot has happened in the past 12 months!
It’s a day that Peter thought would never happen but a phone call from the hospital has put Peter’s health up in the air. We see Peter in the weeks up to his brain surgery talking about the possibility of […]
When Matt was 20 years old his life was all about university, booze and football not thinking about the possibility of getting cancer but it was after Matt hurt his ankle during a football match that a scan and a […]
Stacy was diagnosed at 21 years old with an aggressive primitive neuroectodermal tumour back in 2007 after months of visiting her GP with symptoms of passing blood and a large lump on her side. Stacy eventually requested an opinion from […]
Billy was just 17 years old when he was diagnosed with a Germinoma a type of brain tumour after suffering with a limp after running and struggling to play certain songs on his guitar. After an MRI scan the diagnosis […]
Here we are introduced to Siôn Charles, who is awaiting an operation to have a new portacath fitted. Post operation and feeling very hungry, Siôn manages to eat and has a well deserved rest, recovering from the effects of surgery, after being […]
After being chemo free for just over a month, Alice is told the news that no-one ever wants to hear- she’s relapsed. Always with a smile on her face and determination in her voice, she explains how she is coping […]
After 18 months of chemo Alice goes for her last chemo sessions and tells us about the various test and scans she has to have.
The third of Alice’s great films, and finally home, she can start to enjoy life again. Please visit www.chrislucastrust.com for more info on Rhabdomyosarcoma.
Alex explains what it was like after being diagnosed with oesteosarcoma, and tells us his worries about his twin brother going down the same route.