Makeup Artist Recreates Cara Delevingne's Metallic Sprayed-On Hair For Little Girl With Cancer

The Huffington Post | Susan Devaney | Posted 09.06.2017 | UK Style

A makeup artist recreated Cara Delevingne’s beauty look from this year’s Met Gala for a young cancer patient and it’s incredible. Glamsquad Mak...

Questions, Questions, Questions: Starting Chemotherapy And What To Expect

Anikka Burton | Posted 07.06.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Anikka Burton

One of the scariest things about starting chemotherapy is knowing what to expect and how your body will react. Will I lose my hair? Will I feel really ill? How will my body change and will this all happen straight away as soon as I start my treatment? Questions, questions, questions...

The Intimate Combination Of Anxiety And Accepting I Had Cancer, At 19

Florence Hastings | Posted 21.03.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Florence Hastings

Firstly, and mainly, being diagnosed is a very hard process to fully accept. Once this is done, it is easy to move on with your life, enjoy life and make friends again.

Dietician Shares Her Top Tips On What To Eat During Chemotherapy

The Huffington Post | Natasha Hinde | Posted 03.02.2017 | UK Lifestyle

When enduring chemotherapy, patient’s appetites can take a huge hit. “For many people living with cancer, their relationship with food can be dif...

What They Don't Tell You About Getting Cancer at 22 Years Old

Sam Williams | Posted 02.02.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Sam Williams

My cancer has made me a more anxious person, compared to the incredibly confident young woman I was before. Nothing ever worried me. Now I get upset easier. I've had a big reality check. But I'm working, I'm living my life, and as you read this I'll be fulfilling a lifelong dream by travelling around Asia for three months with my best friend. This is what I should have been doing when I left university. This is why I've been so frustrated.

Chemo Cookery Club - January 2017 - It's Fitness Month

Penny Ericson | Posted 30.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Penny Ericson

In her letter, Kimberley promised her body that throughout treatment and the unknown consequences she would take heed of 'chemo warriors' experiences' (my words) and do everything she could to nourish her body to give it every chance of coping with what was to come. What a great attitude!

7-Year-Old Left With One Eyelash After Cancer Treatment, Celebrates As Lashes Grow Back

The Huffington Post | Amy Packham | Posted 18.01.2017 | UK Parents

A seven-year-old girl who was left with just one solitary eyelash following cancer treatment, is celebrating her lashes growing back. Hayley Brown, fr...

Keeping It Cool: Dealing With Cancer Treatment And Young Kids

Zuzana Brianza | Posted 11.12.2016 | UK Parents
Zuzana Brianza

It's hard to tell to what extent are my children responsible for the fatigue, headaches and muscle pain and what is the side effects from the meds. It doesn't even matter, what matters is that I'm going to see them growing up.

A Letter To My Body On The Eve Of Chemotherapy

Kimberley Burbidge | Posted 06.12.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Kimberley Burbidge

I promise to do my best to eat well, however little I may want to. I will adhere to the practical insights of chemo survivors. Above all I will keep warm. Peripheral neuropathy, in which the nerves at the extremities of the body, fingers and toes, are attacked is very common with my type of chemo, oxaliplatin

Seeing Is Believing. A Desire To Personify My Cancer

Kimberley Burbidge | Posted 18.11.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Kimberley Burbidge

Cancer feels to me like a faceless foe. People talk of fighting, and beating cancer, but how can you fight what you cannot comprehend or see? At some point soon my fight will involve chemotherapy; transparent, toxic and potent fluids committed to fighting for me.

This Makeup Tutorial Can Help Cancer Patients Look Good And Feel Better

The Huffington Post | Rosy Cherrington | Posted 28.10.2016 | UK Style

A charity that believes trying to keep a positive attitude is “vital” for cancer patients is aiming to raise their spirits during daunting times. ...

Scientists Are Treating Cancer With Bubbles

Dr. Sam Godfrey | Posted 27.10.2016 | UK Tech
Dr. Sam Godfrey

Beating cancer and helping others can be a huge motivator for scientists like me, but for many of us, it's also the journey into the unknown, the technical challenge, the never-ceasing wonder that attracts us to a career in science.

My Baby's Fight For Life Started On The Day He Was Born...

Sarah Carter | Posted 10.10.2016 | UK Parents
Sarah Carter

Our journey started on the day that Milo was born. Although my pregnancy scans had not picked up any problems, Milo was struggling to breathe and when...

New Drug Increases Life Expectancy Of Pancreatic Cancer Patients

The Huffington Post | Sophie Gallagher | Posted 07.09.2016 | UK Tech

A groundbreaking new drug has extended the lives of people with metastatic pancreatic cancer, with seemingly no negative side effects. The IMM-101 dru...

GHD Launches Free Beauty Tutorials For Women With Cancer Related Hair Loss

The Huffington Post | Ellen Wallwork | Posted 26.08.2016 | UK Style

‘You are not defined by your hair’ is not a slogan you’d expect to hear from a brand famed for hair styling products, but GHD’s latest campaig...

An Open Letter to the 'Non-Cancer Community'

Jess Terry | Posted 15.07.2016 | UK Universities & Education
Jess Terry

While I cannot be thankful for my cancer in most respects, we need to be grateful for my doctors and treatments for giving me the chance to fight this illness. And if there ever comes a time when the treatments no longer work, I need you all to know that I will always be grateful for having lived my life with you in it. And I hope you feel the same about me.

Cancer Patient Documents Chemotherapy In Fun Photo Series

The Huffington Post | Natasha Hinde | Posted 11.07.2016 | UK Lifestyle

A woman with stage four colon cancer is single-handedly proving that chemotherapy doesn’t have to get you down. Karen Walsh from New York has docume...

Living With Sarcoma

Andy Roast | Posted 06.07.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Andy Roast

To be honest, it's difficult to capture all my emotions during the past two-and-a-bit years of my life. I've learnt that having cancer does not necessarily mean life changes too dramatically - although perhaps I was lucky (a word I've used more since diagnosis) to have caught my sarcoma early.

'Finding the New Normal' - Cancer and Body Image

Laura Regan | Posted 05.07.2016 | UK Universities & Education
Laura Regan

It becomes very easy to be frustrated with your own body, but really, I am proud of my body. I am proud of my body for surviving this. Cancer treatment has put my body through a great amount of stress, but no matter what has been thrown at it, my body has pulled through and has managed to deal with all of it - my body really is amazing..

Embracing Chemo-Induced Hair Loss - The Warrior Within

Fiona Munro | Posted 01.07.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Fiona Munro

When I was diagnosed with cancer I had long blonde hair, so the prospect of losing it was a bit of a shock.

Nurses Don't Just Pass Things to the Doctor

Selena Sandeluss | Posted 09.06.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Selena Sandeluss

I will go for a drink with my nursing colleagues and talk about you and how sad it makes me, what you went through, how brave you were and how you inspired me. I will keep your story with me forever, joining my ever growing library of patients that I have cared for with cancer.

Cancer Is Not an Old Person's Disease

Jess Terry | Posted 17.05.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Jess Terry

There are many connotations around cancer; that it affects old people and middle aged women. That women only really get breast cancer. That teenagers can't get cancer. However seven young people are diagnosed with cancer in the UK every day. That's over 2,500 new cases every year, and these statistics don't include relapses of illness.

Coping with Cancer Induced Infertility

Fiona Munro | Posted 28.04.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Fiona Munro

With the help of an incredible friend I have now healed these wounds. I have 'come to terms' with the news and I have now reached the point where I can write about this in the hope of helping others to understand what it feels like, and supporting those who are walking the same journey.

Controlling Cancer Could Be Better Than Destroying It Completely

The Huffington Post UK | Natasha Hinde | Posted 25.02.2016 | UK Lifestyle

When a person is diagnosed with cancer, the main aim is to destroy any tumours as soon as possible to stop it from spreading. But new research suggest...

Man Shares 'Before And After' Chemo Photos With A Hearty Dose Of Positivity

The Huffington Post UK | Natasha Hinde | Posted 29.01.2016 | UK Lifestyle

A brave man who battled testicular cancer has shared his story in the hope that it will encourage other men to check themselves. The guy, who is kn...