Joshua became involved in a charity providing trips for children with cancer when he was younger, and he always thought about whether he’d get cancer himself. He has learnt to laugh and enjoy life, and push himself past his cancer.
Here we meet Charlie who was studying for her GCSEs at the time of her brain tumour diagnosis. Her diagnosis was a long time coming as she first started experiencing headaches at the age of 11, something that other people […]
It’s been nearly two years since we last saw Emma and things are a lot different to how we left her in blog 3 after various treatment doctors have now said Emma’s diagnosis is terminal, but Emma isn’t one to […]
A discussion on some of the lesser mentioned issues surrounding cancer, like sperm banking.