Amy was in full-time employment when she was diagnosed with cancer. Amy speaks about how her employment then and now are incredibly supportive. Amy also talks about how she enjoyed working at points of her cancer treatment which she found […]
Not only is Katie busy with work, Katie has also been busy filming for Trekstock (Young Adult Cancer Network) and doing a live Facebook interview with Bloodwise sharing her own blood cancer experience during Blood Cancer Awareness Month. Katie also talks […]
We hear from Amy, Sarah, Shelbee and Zeena who talk about their experiences of work and education during/after cancer.
Filmed as part of JTV Cancer Support’s One Week In Cancer 2014. We are back with Rebecca to see what else she’s getting up to during her week. Rebecca talks about getting back into work during/after cancer including keeping up her paper […]
Filmed as part of JTV Cancer Support’s One Week In Cancer 2014. Pete’s just got back from Teenage Cancer Trust’s Find Your Sense of Tumour, we hear about how tired he is after the weekend and Pete talks about how he now […]
Informative talk from Simon Fawkes-Underwood from E.ON who is on hand to give handy advice on CV writing and interview techniques.
Constanze talks about how she’s struggled to get her life back on track after cancer. Before cancer Constanze was studying at Oxford University but during her first year, Constanze started to feel unwell and began visiting her GP who misdiagnosed […]
Filmed as part of the After Cancer Treatment…So What Now? series, here we meet Gemma who talks about her cancer and how she copes with her diagnosis of a brain tumour in her daily life.
Ex-Army lad Jack and Nottingham’s CLIC Sargent Young Person’s Community Worker Rachael Ewing look back on Jack’s cancer diagnosis. Jack talks about his life before Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and how Jack’s GP continuously misdiagnosed his many cancer symptoms as post-traumatic stress […]
More stories from the Find Your Sense of Tumour Chair, this time talking about education and work after a cancer diagnosis.
Constanze was studying at Oxford University when she first noticed she was getting tired all the time. The tiredness continued and Constanze decided to take a year out of university but it wasn’t long until she discovered the reason for […]