I struggle so much mobility wise, but more so I feel such a burden with it on those around me, but YCT makes me see I am not a burden, and they make arrangements/cater for me in more ways I could ever imagine.
Hi my name is Harry, I was diagnosed with grade 4 GBM Brain tumours, following a fit. I had not had any previous symptoms.
Most stories I read start the same, ‘I found a lump.’ Mine is no different, except for finding two – breast and armpit.
At the age of 13 whilst on holiday with my parents and 3 siblings, I found a lump on my right thigh.
Liam, now 28, was diagnosed with a benign brain tumour at the age of 10.
I was first diagnosed with a brain tumour in October 1998. I had been suffering with headaches, so I went to see my GP who couldn’t tell me why this was, so she sent me to my optician.
Warren was diagnosed with a brain tumour in September 2003.
My name is Sania and I suffer from a brain tumour that impacts my everyday life in many different ways.
I was diagnosed in December 2005, at the age of 11, with Non-Hodgkins T-Cell Lymphoma – a cancer of the blood.
When I was 11, I was diagnosed with an inoperable tectal plate brain tumour and hydrocephalus.