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Josh, Leeds  

"I can honestly say I feel very lucky to have had such fantastic care from everyone involved in my cancer journey"

soft tissue sarcomas

Lauren, Dumbarton 

"Despite me having all these problems, I live every day like it is my last. I still go out at weekends with friends and try to be a positive."

brain tumours

Natasha, Surrey 

"Since I was diagnosed it's been my intention to turn the experience into a positive by raising awareness of melanomas"

skin cancer

Amy, Cambridge 

"Sometimes it's good to have a cry or be sad, but keep positive. It gets better."

Hodgkin lymphoma

Will, Warwickshire 

"Teenage Cancer Trust gave me so much confidence to do everything I do, and I wouldn’t be where I am now without them."

non–Hodgkin lymphoma

Georgie, Preston 

"Even though I wasn't being treated on a unit, I was assigned a Teenage Cancer Trust team who would come out to me, both at my local hospital and at home."

Hodgkin lymphoma

Samuel, Hexham 

"I finished my treatment just less than a year ago and am now sitting my GCSEs."

Kelly, Cardiff 

"I've learnt that I'm a stronger person than I ever thought I was."

non–Hodgkin lymphoma

Ella, Hertfordshire 

"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!"

Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL)

Alex, Bedford 

"Having cancer is such a life changing experience. It is only once you finish your treatment that you have the time to take into consideration everything you have been through."

Hodgkin lymphoma

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