Stories about real people are a big part of explaining what we do here at Teenage Cancer Trust. We help to tell the stories of young people with cancer in order to help others understand what it's like to be diagnosed so young. By telling your story, you can help people understand more about how cancer affects young people, encourage more people to fund our work, and promote the work Teenage Cancer Trust does.

Whether you get involved with a press campaign with us, are featured on our website or in our marketing materials, this all raises awareness and helps us out in a big way. There are so many ways you could get involved: it all starts with registering your interest in telling your story.

From there, the key information about yourself and your story will be put into our story database, and a member of our communications team will get in contact if there is an opportunity to share your story.

If you were diagnosed with cancer when you were 13-24 and would like to share your story, please submit the following form to register your interest:

Teenage Cancer Trust will keep a confidential record of your answers regarding your experience of cancer. We will take great care to safeguard this information, and process it according to the 1998 Data Protection Act. We know that your information and data needs to be kept safe, and we never give or sell any data or information to other charities or companies. For more information on how we use your data see our Privacy Policy.