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Teenage Cancer Trust
Young people with cancer need specialised nursing care and support. We're the only UK charity providing this.
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Teenage Cancer Trust 5h
We’re delighted to announce that have donated £100,000 which will help us fund Youth Support Coordinators in the North West of England! You can find out more here:
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Thank you ! Don't forget to tune in this Sunday to catch our BBC Lifeline Appeal.
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Teenage Cancer Trust 13h
When Sue’s son James was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma aged 21, his Teenage Cancer Trust nurse Nicola was there to support the whole family. Catch Sue starring in our Lifeline Appeal, presented by , this Sunday at 2.05pm.
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Teenage Cancer Trust Sep 22
How do you manage your cancerversary? Kaleb was diagnosed with a brain tumour five years ago and shares his experience and some advice on how to handle that time of year. To read his full blog, follow the link:
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Teenage Cancer Trust Sep 21
Happy birthday to the legend that is 🥳 It's an honour to have you as an Ambassador. Here's a throwback to 2011 at the
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Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust Sep 21
Ahead of their Conversation About... session this evening, Nurse Consultant MBE & Annie, who's sailed with the Trust in recovery, join Sound Waves to discuss survivor's guilt.
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Teenage Cancer Trust Sep 21
Meet Cerys! When she was diagnosed at 13, her Teenage Cancer Trust Youth Support Coordinator was there for her, every step of the way. Cerys is starring in our Lifeline Appeal, presented by - tune in this Sunday at 2:05pm.
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Teenage Cancer Trust Sep 20
We are thrilled to announce that we're the chosen charity for the next Lifeline Appeal, presented by and supported by Join us at 2:05pm next Sunday to meet some amazing people we've helped, & find out how to support our work
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Teenage Cancer Trust Sep 19
We all feel anxious sometimes. Complementary therapist Helen, who works with young people on our Edinburgh unit, has shared some breathing exercises to help you relax. Listen along and give them a try:
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Teenage Cancer Trust Sep 18
Wowee!! What a way to end the week 🙌 The amazing have well and truly smashed it, raising £205,000 this year for Teenage Cancer Trust and other charities!
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Teenage Cancer Trust Sep 18
Thanks to for spreading the word on 💙❤️
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Teenage Cancer Trust Sep 18
Thank you so much for the support! 💙❤️
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Teenage Cancer Trust Sep 18
Replying to @Hellohazze
AMAZING! Thank you so much for raising awareness 💕
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Teenage Cancer Trust Sep 18
Replying to @VwNicola @inktober
Looks fantastic! 😍
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Teenage Cancer Trust Sep 17
They did it!! Our trustee Richard Rosenberg and friends have cycled over 1,000 miles from Land's End to John o' Groats, raising over £100,000 for Teenage Cancer Trust, and ! Congratulations to the team on this mind-blowing fundraising achievement 🤯
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Teenage Cancer Trust Sep 16
Replying to @SfBeatrice
Incredible! Thank you Beatrice for helping us achieve this amazing result
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Teenage Cancer Trust Sep 16
Replying to @SamExworth
Thank you so much Sam for helping achieve this amazing result!!
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Teenage Cancer Trust Sep 16
We are over the moon (and a little overwhelmed) to announce that the 100 miles in August challenge has raised over £850,000! We cannot thank our amazing team of runners enough, you have really gone above and beyond for young people with cancer 💙
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Teenage Cancer Trust Sep 15
Replying to @AlexNorrisNN
Some of the issues discussed were young people’s experiences of diagnosis and the importance of being around other people your age during treatment. We look forward to working with in the future, to ensure young people aren’t forgotten in the conversation on cancer.
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Teenage Cancer Trust Sep 15
Great to have join some of our young people today to discuss the experience of teenagers and young people with cancer. The young people shared their stories with Alex and spoke about what needs to be done to improve teen and young adult cancer care and treatment.
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