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Rebecca backs initiative to educate teenagers on the HPV Vaccine

Fri 13 Oct '17

In 2013, Rebecca from Derby was diagnosed with cervical cancer. After her daughter was offered the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccination last year, Rebecca needed to explain to her the link between HPV and cervical cancer. Rebecca is now backing the new initiative launched by Teenage Cancer Trust and Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust to educate teenagers on HPV, and how the vaccine and regular screenings can reduce the risk of cervical cancer.


Teenage Cancer Trust provides bright new room for local young cancer patients at Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital

Fri 22 Sep '17

Thanks to the fundraising efforts of local supporters, and in partnership with the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Teenage Cancer Trust has transformed the side room on the Yeo Ward with a bright new look for young people with cancer aged 16 – 24. The official opening took place on 25 September, where the ribbon was cut by the Deputy Lord Mayor of Exeter.

Sarah, Duchess of York and HRH Princess Eugenie help celebrate second birthday of Alder Hey cancer unit

Wed 13 Sep '17

Teenage Cancer Trust Honorary Patrons Sarah, Duchess of York and HRH Princess Eugenie, joined young people and staff at the Teenage Cancer Trust funded facility within the Oncology Unit at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, for a birthday bash to mark two years since the specialist unit opened.

Teenage Cancer Trust on the Cancer Patient Experience Survey

Fri 21 Jul '17

A national survey sheds light on the experiences of people with cancer, but does it tell us enough about teenagers and young adults?


Growing Up with Cancer

Tue 20 Jun '17

BBC One documentary on Monday 26 June took a look into the lives of young people being treated on our unit at Glasgow's Royal Children's Hospital. We need your help to extend that same care across all of Scotland and the rest of the UK.

World Blood Cancer Day 2017

Fri 26 May '17

This World Blood Cancer Day help us reach more young people like Ella and Kelly

New e-learning module will help doctors diagnose cancer in young people

Mon 27 Feb '17

A new e-learning module has been created to help doctors and healthcare professionals spot the signs of cancer in children and young people.

World Cancer Day 2017

Fri 3 Feb '17

For every young person with cancer that we support, there's another we can't reach. We need your help this World Cancer Day to get one step closer to being able to be there for any young person with cancer, wherever they are in the UK.


Making a difference for young people with cancer

Thu 19 Jan '17

Our Achievements Report tells the story of 2015/16 at Teenage Cancer Trust – and shows the very real difference we make to young people with cancer.