Without my cancer journey, I may never have become a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community
Georgina was 22 when she was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma. She was treated on the Teenage Cancer Trust unit at Addenbrooke's Hospital and received mental health support during and after treatment from her counsellor, Jo.
After finishing her treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma, Beth’s mental health worsened as she became terrified her cancer would return.
Lakita, a student from Manchester, was 20 when she was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma in July 2019. Teenage Cancer Trust have been there for Lakita throughout the coronavirus pandemic as she navigates life after cancer treatment.
Lily, from Banbury, was 20 when she was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma. She was helped by Teenage Cancer Trust at The Churchill Hospital in Oxford.
Rachael, from Belfast, was diagnosed with lymphoma in December 2019 after five months of experiencing various symptoms. She was looked after at Antrim Area Hospital by Teenage Cancer Trust Nurse, Kerrie.
After being diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma at 23, Jamie was told to shield from coronavirus. But that didn’t stop him getting involved with our work, by joining us on a call with the Shadow Minister for Health and Social Care.
Angel was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma in August 2018, and was helped by Teenage Cancer Trust Nurse Claire at St George’s Hospital in London.
Claire Harper (26), a social worker from Keith, Scotland, was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma and was helped by a Teenage Cancer Trust nurse.
Nicole Lowther (19), a student from Lanarkshire, was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in May 2018. She was helped by Teenage Cancer Trust at The Beatson