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Ever wondered what a Teenage Cancer Trust Unit looks like and what support/services it can offer? Well, look no further, check out Hull’s Teenage Cancer Trust Unit.
Jess shares her experiences of having a brain tumour including why peer support is so important to her and other young people.
Arnie is back again, and this time he is thinking outside the box on how to keep motivated … Check out Arnie’s website – http://www.haveagoarn.com
Filmed as part of JTV Cancer Support’s One Week In Cancer 2014. FINALLY it’s the weekend for Zeena as she heads to the gym. Zeena talks about her upcoming routine check-up and how it’s been on her mind a lot. Music: […]
Realshare is the new social network for young people with cancer, aged 16-25, who live in the South West. Realshare started because they saw that if you lived in the South West area and had cancer you might not have the opportunity […]
Youthhealthtalk.org features over 200 clips from interviews with young people talking about their experiences of cancer. All interviews are by Oxford University and aim to cover everything that young people with cancer go through; from early symptoms to treatment, recovery and […]
Highlights from ‘The Way Forward’ weekend in Wales, where former patients get together as a group and discuss and identify the issues that can arise once treatment is over and the procedures that need to be put into place to […]
Steve was at university when he had treatment on a teenage and young adult unit for testicular cancer, aged 20.
At age 19, Kayley was treated for a sarcoma on a ward with facilities for young people that really helped pass the time.
Newcastle present a comedy film about helping each other get through cancer.
A film that looks at the difference between an adult ward and a teenage ward.