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.
Second part of Peter’s post op film which was filmed in December 2012. As Christmas approaches Peter tries to gain some normality back in his life but Peter is finding the waiting game hard as he is waiting to hear […]
Faye had to spend three days in isolation on Christie’s Young Oncology Unit, somewhere were she was used to seeing as an outpatient but not as an inpatient. Faye explains the difference between being treated on an adult ward to […]
Natasha was misdiagnosed for nine months and put on numerous tablets for her headaches, sickness, tiredness and dramatic vision changes. Her GP put down her symptoms as stress as 16-year-old Natasha was studying for her GCSE’s at boarding school. After […]
SIC is going national! This is the second version of the cancer awareness film for young people to be used in schools, colleges and universities. It includes young people from all around the country. Please contact Lorraine Case (email@example.com) or […]
Months after her own Mum was diagnosed with cancer, April got the devastating news that she also had cancer after numerous visits to her GP who passed her headaches off as other conditions. April needed a shunt and surgery immediately […]
It’s a busy time for Alice as she prepares for various up and coming events, including a charity ball, in aid of her cancer, Rhabdomyosarcoma. Chemo is delayed so Alice can complete her packed social diary and feel in good […]
With exams just round the corner and radiotherapy about to begin, Alice is feeling the strain of having to deal with both school and treatment whilst still battling with the demon crutches! In her words, Alice explains how she could […]
Eamon talks about his testicular cancer, and how he avoided going to the doctor for some time due to embarrassment and dis-belief.
Richard lets us know how he is getting since his previous film, with his experiences of re-diagnosis, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy.
The first film in a series that will answer your questions relating to brain tumours. Questions: “How long is it since your diagnosis?”, “What is it like to be told you have a brain tumour?”, “What has been the most […]
Joesephine gives us an update on her progress including plans for a major operation. Her step dad raises £2000 for the TCT and YPU unit by riding a 50cc moped 200 miles with sponsors guessing how long it will take.