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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Teenage and Young Adult (TYA) Cancer Services

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Young people's stories

These videos, filmed as part of the Oxford Radiotherapy Film, were made by patients with staff from the Teenage and Young Adult Cancer team at Oxford University Hospitals, with funding generously provided by Oxford Hospitals Charity.

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Reuben - Synovial Sarcoma

Young man in baseball cap in bright communal room


Said - Glioblastoma (Brain Tumour)

Young man with image of bluebell wood on wall behind


Ewan - Astrocytoma (Brain Tumour)

Young man with short hair in bright clinic room


Amy - Ewing's Sarcoma

Young woman in red chair with bluebell wood image on wall behind


Beatriz - Ewing's Sarcoma

Young woman in bright communal room with boxed games on shelf behind


Fraser - Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma

Young man with cropped hair and round glasses in bright clinic room

Amy's story

Amy, a young adult supported by the TYA team here in Oxford, has made a short film telling her story.

If you are interested in making a film, please get in touch with Ruth East from the TYA team, or JTV.

Video: I don't second question anything

Young woman without hair, with large glasses, seated on sofa