Gideon’s Story: “one of the nicest things to do when you’ve had a horrible experience is to be there for other people”
Gideon was diagnosed with an aggressive malignant cancer called Rhabdomyosarcoma when he was 4 years old
When Halil's son Mikail relapsed he joined a support group for Dads of children with cancer and said speaking to other people really helped him
Noah’s story: “The nurses would ask me when my boyfriend was coming in to visit and it would always give me a boost.”
Noah, from Neath in Wales, was diagnosed with testicular cancer which had spread to his stomach this year. He’s been supported throughout his cancer journey by his partner Zack. Noah’s sharing his story and their experience for Pride Month.
Lauren was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 2001 when she was aged just 14. Now 20 years on, Lauren is cancer-free, has three children, and has written a book based on her diary from her cancer journey. Here, Lauren shares her story.
Mums Nikki and Hannah share their son Arlo's story of being diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma a day before his first birthday
Jan’s Story “My daughter Alayna was my best friend, I will have no-one like her as a best friend again.”
Alayna was diagnosed with DIPG (diffuse midline glioma) at just 17 years old
Oscar’s story: “it was so good that it was so close to the hospital but far enough to feel you had come away”
When Oscar was diagnosed with neuroblastoma at just five months old his family stayed at our Home from Home near the hospital so they didn't have to travel back and forth on the ferry every time
Dad Anthony this weekend is cycling from Paul's House to Paris, in memory of his daughter Emily, who passed away when she was seven years old. Here he shares his family's story.
Having received his diagnosis over the phone, Jak has been to every appointment on his own from the moment he was diagnosed.
Eilidh’s Story: “After finishing treatment for cancer, people presume it is over, but mentally it is not, you are left damaged.”
Two years after finishing treatment for cancer for the second time, 20-year-old Eilidh finally feels like she is beginning to make progress with the mental battle that she has been fighting since she was first diagnosed at just 14.