Recent Stories

Learn more about what young people feel about having cancer, what they go through and how they cope by reading these personal stories from young people with cancer from across the UK.

Set up a regular gift today

Teenage Cancer Trust exists to improve the quality of life and chances of survival for young people with cancer. We rely completely on donations from people like you to fund our vital work.

A regular gift of just £5 a month will help us provide the best possible care and support for young people with cancer.

It's one of the most effective ways of supporting Teenage Cancer Trust, and helps us plan ahead to provide vital services now and in the future


Talking cancer

Two young cancer patients, Dom and Kayleigh talk about their experiences with cancer, and how Teenage Cancer Trust has helped them cope with their diagnosis and treatment.


Tell your story…

If you're a current or ex-patient and diagnosed with cancer between the ages of 13 to 24 you may like to share you story.

By telling us your story you can help other young people understand what it’s like to have cancer and help others understand why the work of Teenage Cancer Trust is so important.


Join TCTeeNation and have your say

By joining TCTeeNation you can help young people fight cancer. Whether you are a current or former patient we want to hear what you think about the issues affecting young people with cancer.


Young people share their experiences through video diaries, short films, music and animation. Also check out regular broadcasts, Find Your Sense of Tumour footage and more...