This year, Teenage Cancer Trust turns 30 and we want to hear from anybody who has a connection with us, or with cancer in young people aged 13 – 24.
Whether you are, or have been, a patient that has been supported via a Teenage Cancer Trust unit, someone who missed out on receiving specialist age appropriate support, a health professional or member of staff who has worked with us in the past or present, or somebody who has fundraised for us, we want to hear from you.
Your experiences could potentially be used in a number of ways throughout Teenage Cancer Trust’s 30th year - some may be used at, or to promote, fundraising events, and others could be used as standalone news stories – where appropriate - in regional or national media.
Stories about real people are a big part of explaining what we do here at Teenage Cancer Trust and we help tell these stories in order to help others understand what it’s like to be diagnosed so young. Sharing your experience also encourages more people to fund our work, helping us support more young people with cancer.
If you would like to share your story, please submit the following form to register your interest.