Time to see the patients from University College London Hospital shake their thing on the FYSOT stage.
Paralympic swimmer Giles Long MBE had dreams of competing at the Olympic Games as a child but after a diagnosis of Osteosarcoma a type of Bone Cancer and having to […]
Teenage Cancer Trust’s Nigel Revell interviews Joe Twyman who was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia, Joe received intensive chemotherapy and bone marrow transplant at UCLH. Joe talks about how he’s […]
After six months of misdiagnosis, Stephen finally received a cancer diagnosis at the start of Year 11. Stephen shares his cancer journey with the Find Your Sense of Tumour audience […]
Sean Duffy has recently become the National Clinical Director for Cancer Services taking over from Prof Sir Mike Richards. Sean explains what his role is and takes questions from the […]
Amanda Farrell is on hand at Find Your Sense of Tumour 2013 to give some handy tips on how to be more confident.
Filmed at Find Your Sense of Tumour 2013. 24 year old James Wells was diagnosed with AML back in May 2010, before his diagnosis James was extremely into his fitness […]
Our very own EVA (Evaluation Video Apparatus) is back at Find Your Sense of Tumour 2013 to catch up with some of the young people who were at Center Parcs.
It’s Saturday evening, it’s FYSOT 2013, can only mean one thing…highlights from this year’s Find Your Sense of Tumour chair!
Here’s an insight into what people think about FYSOT 2013 from the “Big Brother” chair.