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This week’s isolation life hacks

We're back with our weekly isolation life hacks to help you build routine when having to spend a lot of time indoors and away from others. Each week, we'll add some more ideas of things you can do each day to support your wellbeing.

The coronavirus vaccine and young people with cancer: your questions answered

Anniela Etheridge, a Senior Clinical Pharmacist for Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust, answers some of the biggest questions you might have about the coronavirus vaccine if you’re a young person with cancer.

Five things I wish I’d known about early menopause

Ellie was 14 when she was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare form of cancer. When her treatment caused her to go into early menopause, she wasn’t aware of the different ways that could affect her and her health.

LGBT+ History Month Resources

Here’s a selection of the best TV, films, documentaries, books and accounts to follow this February for LGBT+ History month.

Pick Up Your Pen: Writing for self-expression and wellbeing

Writing can be a great way to express yourself and make sense of your experiences, especially if you’ve been through something like cancer. Professional storyteller Jude shares some tips to help you get the words flowing.

Cancer, school work and coronavirus: 10 tips from a teacher

Coronavirus has made education more challenging for everyone – but for young people going through cancer, a lot of the disruption is nothing new. English teacher and Teenage Cancer Trust volunteer Bethan has shared some brilliant tips to help you keep learning and keep up with school work.

Setting yourself new goals after cancer

Life coach Steph Davies covers how to set achievable, meaningful goals to get you where you want to be. We’ve taken the info on this page from our online workshop, originally broadcast live in August 2020.

Cancer conversation cards to help you talk to friends and family

For those times during treatment when you’ve got something to say but don’t feel like talking – here are some handy graphics you can share with friends and family instead.

Black History Month resources

A selection of the best films, documentaries, books and podcasts to check out this October for Black History Month.

10 tips for coping with a cancer relapse

After facing cancer relapse, Kathryn, 22 and from Gwernaffield near Mold in North Wales, gives us her tips as she goes through treatment for a recurrence of Hodgkin Lymphoma.