Together: Your supporter magazine

Read Together, our biannual magazine for Teenage Cancer Trust’s amazing supporters, online.

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2023 Spring edition

Together magazine cover, spring 2023 edition

Our Spring 2023 edition includes:

  • Sehaasgar’s Story
  • Meet Clinical Nurse Specialist Kirsten
  • Celebrating our volunteers
  • New frontline staff and 2023 plans

Download Together: spring 2023  edition

2022 Autumn edition

Together magazine cover

Our Autumn edition includes:

Jordan’s story

Jordan, 22, did everything she could to stay positive after she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, including channelling the magic of her favourite Beatles song.

A day in the life: The view from our units

Youth Support Coordinator Cathy, Lead Nurse Jo, and Clinical Liaison Nurse Specialist Jade told us what it’s like working on our young people’s unit at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham

A life-changing weekend residential

A special weekend in June saw teenagers from around the UK get together to have fun, meet like-minded people and build their confidence after cancer treatment.

Brand new spaces for young people with cancer

Supporters’ hard work has helped provide specially designed, age-appropriate spaces for teenagers and young adults being treated at University College Hospital, London.

Download Together: Autumn 2022 edition

2022 Spring edition

The front cover of the Spring 2022 edition of Teenage Cancer Trust Together: Your supporter magazine

Our Spring edition includes:

Kenn’s story

Kenn was treated on the Teenage Cancer Trust unit at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle after being diagnosed with alveolar sarcoma, aged 21.

An update on our #NotOK campaign

Some young people are facing cancer without the mental health support they need. That’s not OK – so we’ve launched a campaign to change it.

A roundup of 2022 at the Royal Albert Hall

After two years of cancelled shows, this March saw the return of our iconic Teenage Cancer Trust gigs for its 20th year, and together we raised over £1.5 million for young people with cancer!

Supporting a friend with cancer: Top tips

If you’ve got a friend who’s going through cancer, you probably want to be the best friend you can be right now. But it’s also totally normal not to know what to say or do.

Download Together: Spring 2022 edition