We revisit some of Ellie’s YouTube films. This film shows us how Ellie is coping with cancer treatment as well as continuing her education. If you would like to see more of Ellie, please visit her YouTube page here.
Filmed as part of 2017’s One Week In Cancer here is the second part of Ellie’s week! Ellie is feeling a bit under the weather which she explains it’s because the longer she’s on treatment, the more it’s starting to affect […]
Filmed as part of 2017’s One Week In Cancer. Here is the first part of Ellie’s week. The countdown is on as Ellie only has one cycle left of her maintenance chemotherapy. Ellie also explains how she’s currently repeating a […]
It’s Thursday 2nd February so day four of One Week In Cancer, time to check in to see what our filmmakers are doing.
It’s day two of One Week In Cancer (Tuesday 31st January 2017) where we get a glimpse of what is happening in the lives of our filmmakers.
We asked YOU to show us what One Week In Cancer is like for you! Here’s a snapshot of what happened during Monday 30th January 2017.
When Chloe was 13 she was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a type of Bone Cancer. Chloe shares her experiences of life after cancer and how Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust has had a huge positive impact on her life.
Chloe received treatment for Bone Cancer in May 2005-May 2006. Chloe talks about how she found moving on from cancer really difficult including how she had to learn to walk again after having a hip and femur replacement, returning back […]
Filmed for the Cambridge Pathways Project. Maggie Wells talks about her role as a secondary school teacher at the hospital.
Filmed for the Cambridge Pathways Project. Sally Harling tells us about her role as the primary school teacher in the hospital.
Filmed as part of JTV Cancer Support’s One Week In Cancer 2014. Jacob talks about how he’s found it hard getting back into school after having a year out due to treatment for Ewing’s Sarcoma. Jacob talks about how he particularly […]
Shelbee talks about how not been able to do the things she loves is the worst part of treatment but talks about how funny it is to be able to “high five” people who have the same cancer at FYSOT.