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Teenage Cancer Trust
06/23/2017 at 11:39. Facebook
We're really excited that Growing Up With Cancer will air on Monday! Please spread the word and watch it on BBC One at 7:30pm to hear more from some of the young people on our unit at Glasgow's Royal Children's Hospital
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Teenage Cancer Trust
Teenage Cancer Trust
yesterday at 17:44. Facebook
"Teenage Cancer Trust gave me so much confidence to do everything I do. I wouldn't be where I am now without them." Will, the first person on our unit at Birmingham Children's Hospital, went on to complete his treatment for non–Hodgkin lymphoma, join the Royal Fleet Auxiliary and now works for us - even taking on his first triathlon to support our vital work - what a hero! Read and share his story
Teenage Cancer Trust gave me so much confidence to do everything I

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Teenage Cancer Trust
Teenage Cancer Trust
06/21/2017 at 15:50. Facebook
We're really proud and excited to have teamed up with The Children's Cancer Unit Charity, Cancer Fund for Children, CLIC Sargent and Friends of the Cancer Centre to provide age-appropriate care for young people with cancer in Northern Ireland
Teenage Cancer Trust
Teenage Cancer Trust
06/20/2017 at 15:03. Facebook
We ❤ this pic of a group of young people with cancer from the Bristol area enjoying an amazing preview tour of the Glastonbury Festival (official) site before all the action gets underway this week! Huge thanks to Michael Eavis, Camp Kerala and megabus.com UK for making the visit so special
We this pic of a group of young people with cancer from
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Teenage Cancer Trust
06/19/2017 at 15:02. Facebook
"I think about Harry when I'm cycling, that's my motivation. I've promised him that we will get out on mountain bikes together as soon as he's feeling strong enough again." Help Mark hit his fundraising target as he prepares to cycle from London to Paris for his 14-year-old nephew and if you're feeling inspired, sign up to take on this epic challenge to support young people like Harry
I think about Harry when Im cycling thats my motivation Ive promised

Mark cycles London to Paris for Teenage Cancer Trust | Teenage Cancer Trust

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Teenage Cancer Trust
Teenage Cancer Trust
06/18/2017 at 17:04. Facebook
"Dads protect their daughters but in that moment, there was nothing that I could do. And it shook me to the core." This Father's Day Gary has written a moving account about his daughter Millie being diagnosed with cancer at 16. Read Gary's experience and sponsor him as he turns 'superhero' to support Millie and raise money for other young people with cancer
Dads protect their daughters but in that moment there was nothing that

Father's Day 2017: Gary's story | Teenage Cancer Trust

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Teenage Cancer Trust
Teenage Cancer Trust
06/16/2017 at 07:15. Facebook
"When I was told I had a brain tumour, I cried. I was 20 and my girlfriend was 8 months pregnant with my first child. I was so scared I was going to die and would never get the chance to see my baby grow up." Tony's taking on the Great North Run later this year, join him by signing up to run with Team Teenage Cancer and help us support every young person like him
When I was told I had a brain tumour I cried I

Single dad Tony on his brain tumour and taking on the Great North Run | Teenage Cancer Trust

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Bernadette Walters
No matter what happens in Parliament, we're not slowing down! But what does the General Election result mean for us and the young people we support? Our Policy and Policy and Public Affairs Manager sets it out in her blog
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General Election 2017: What now? | Teenage Cancer Trust

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Remember Samuel, whose story we shared yesterday? Last year he watched the North East Abseil while he was recovering from his operation at the Great North Children's Hospital - this year he took part! See the photos of our amazing team of thrill-seekers who took on the challenge at the Sandman Signature Hotel, Newcastle: ow.ly/TZZL30cy26C
Remember Samuel whose story we shared yesterday Last year he watched the
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"Because of my treatment I've lost my left eye, 7 teeth and I have difficulty full opening my mouth. It was also hard for me to walk, but I'm okay now." Since undergoing cancer treatment at 15, Samuel is now back playing sport and doing his GCSEs - and also took on an abseil yesterday to raise money for us! Read his story and support his fundraising
Because of my treatment Ive lost my left eye 7 teeth and

Samuel, Hexham | Teenage Cancer Trust

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Nicola Robinson
We've just come back from our Way Forward Programme in Edinburgh, which aims to help young people get back on track after cancer. At the end of 2 days of peer support, informative workshops and team building, it was amazing to see this listed as some of the best advice that young people had taken from the experience ❤ See some of the event highlights: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Weve just come back from our Way Forward Programme in Edinburgh which
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"My son was able to do what normal teenagers want to do, like play X-box with his mates. The Teenage Cancer Trust unit, the facilities and the freedom provided allowed for the relationships that an ill teenager needs." Today, joined by her friend Debbie, Suzy set off on a tandem bike ride from Land's End to John O' Groats for us after her son was treated on our unit at the Great North...
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My son was able to do what normal teenagers want to do

Suzy's tandem bike ride for son | Teenage Cancer Trust

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Andrew Wallace
"I had no education on spotting the signs of cancer, so how was I supposed to know what is was? Even if education only affects one person in a school or university, it may just be the reason that that person is able to live a long and happy life" - Sophie. Ahead of the General Election we asked young people to tell us about the importance of age-appropriate support based on their cancer...
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I had no education on spotting the signs of cancer so how

General Election 2017: Young People's Blogs | Teenage Cancer Trust

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"I would say to anyone facing cancer 'you've got this', stay positive whatever the big C throws at you, and try to keep your chin up no matter what!" Read and share Ella's experience of having Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia: [ Ow.ly Link ]
I would say to anyone facing cancer youve got this stay positive
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Nicola Peters
As part of a series of blogs from young people that we're sharing ahead of the General Election, read why teenage and young adult cancer services matter to Antonia from Glasgow. "I cannot express how necessary and crucial it is to raise awareness and teach as many young people as possible about the reality of cancer."
As part of a series of blogs from young people that were

General Election 2017: Antonia | Teenage Cancer Trust

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We've seen marathons and trolley dashes, football matches and fancy dress (to name but a few!) and after a fantastic 2 years our partnership with Michael Page UK has come to an end, having raised an incredible £176,472 for young people with cancer. We'd like to say a huge thank you to everyone involved for their amazing support!
Weve seen marathons and trolley dashes football matches and fancy dress to

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Enjoy stunning countryside and iconic landmarks when you take on one of our Ultra Challenges!
Enjoy stunning countryside and iconic landmarks when you take on one of

3 Ultra Challenges to take on in 2017 | Teenage Cancer Trust

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He did it! Here's our amazing Scottish patron Alan Biggar at the finish line of his 2 week drive around Scotland, which has taken his total raised for us from this drive alone to an incredible £20,000 and counting. See the photos from his drive and support his fundraising: ow.ly/685V30cbMEF
Photo: David Baxter
He did it Heres our amazing Scottish patron Alan Biggar at the
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Such an incredible day in Manchester yesterday for the Great Manchester Run! Huge thanks to everyone for coming together to show your support! Check out our gallery of our amazing runners and cheerers and sign up to take part next year: [ Ow.ly Link ] #RunForManchester

Photos: Paul Bell Photography
Such an incredible day in Manchester yesterday for the Great Manchester Run
We're very excited to announce that we are a premier affiliate charity for the 2018 Edinburgh Marathon Festival! This will help us support young people like John, who was treated on our unit at the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh. Read his story
Were very excited to announce that we are a premier affiliate charity

John's story: "Cancer has really changed my perspective on everything" | Teenage Cancer Trust

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