Self proclaimed “Fat Adam” was diagnosed in 2011 at the age of 15 after discovering a lump that was later diagnosed as Lymphoma. Adam talks about how he got through cancer by trying to remain positive, strong and happy!
Steph’s back in Brisbane and we follow Steph in the weeks leading up to her final chemotherapy. Steph talks about how she’s been having big highs and a lot more lows as she’s been feeling very emotional and crying quite […]
After experiencing a sore shoulder and tiredness Mungo was referred for various tests. After an MRI showed that Mungo had cancer but it took a few biopsies to determine which kind of cancer. Mungo explains how it took a long […]
Andrew is officially two years out of treatment a day he and his Doctors thought might not happen. Today, Andrew finally got rid of his port-a-cath which has made Andrew feel like he is finally free from his cancer treatment. […]
Part Two of an amazingly, open and honest film from Andrew and Fran about relationships post cancer. Fran talks about the hard side of their relationship such as when Andrew confides in Fran but sometimes Fran feels the need to […]
A very honest and open film from Andrew who tells us of the lead up to his very rare diagnosis of lung cancer at the age of 15. Andrew goes on to explain that even though he was told he […]
It’s six years to the day that Lorna has been given the great news that she is cancer free. To celebrate this milestone Lorna is ready to start the fantastic project that is designing wiggly bags for your hickman line […]
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 […]
It’s nearly two years to the day since Alice was first diagnosed and although she finds herself in a similar situation treatment wise, she is more determined than ever. As radiotherapy on her head does its job, Alice’s hair begins […]
A guide to ward 27 with an introduction to some of the staff and facilities available.
In David’s second film, he looks at the part his faith and his friends played in his cancer treatment, and how both gave him strength to fight on.
Millie shows us the diary she kept during her time battling, which seems to have proven a distraction.