Emily gives us an insight into her life, sharing her experiences with diagnosis to remission to relapse and everything in between. Emily also touches on the importance of the services provided by the Teenage Cancer Trust and how much of […]
Ex-patient Kelly meets her own GP Dr. Jorden who was the one who actually diagnosed Kelly back in 2001 with non-hodgkin’s lymphoma. Kelly and Dr. Jorden discuss the issues surrounding diagnosing young people with cancer.
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org) or […]
A revealing film on the important topic that is late diagnosis, young people share their experience on how doctors continued to miss their symptoms and how these impacted on their daily lives.
Diagnosed with Leukemia on Christmas Eve 2008, Shannon explains the series of symptoms and complaints that led to her diagnosis. We follow Shannon’s day-to-day routine as she receives treatment, causing her to experience a range of side effects including high […]
A tingly tongue, hot flushes, “something coming up the pipe”, a tuggy stomach…just a few of the symptoms felt when starting to feel under the weather, according to the cheerful looking red fella, in this animation by Danielle Robinson.
In this highly informative film, Sheffield provides a full rundown of the after care procedures taken for late effects of cancer, occurring months or years after treatment has finished and differing from symptoms seen during illness. Affecting both physical and […]
After seeing a bit of Emma previously, it’s time to get to know her better in this highly informative and honest film, charting her story so far. Diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in October 2008 after a series of symptoms led […]
A talk explaining a new idea in mobile phone technology for patients experiencing side effects from treatment, with information on how it works and the system in place. Patients can receive information about their specific symptoms from a qualified source […]
Libby takes us through her diagnosis and treatment of leukemia with chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and a bone marrow transplant from an un-related donor. There’s some great advice on school, jobs and friends.
One young man’s experience of being diagnosed with cancer, as he takes us through his diagnosis and treatment.