Come Sailing With Us

Come Sailing With Us

CANCER INFO

All information kindly provided by Macmillian.
If you would like more information on any type of teenage cancer, please visit http://www.macmillan.org.uk/Cancerinformation/teensandyoungadults/Infoforteensandyoungadults.aspx/understandit

Common types of cancer in young people

Common types of cancer in young people

There are over 200 different types of cancer, but these are the ones that are most likely to affect young people.

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What is cancer?

What is cancer?

Cancer happens because something has gone ‘wrong’ in a cell so that it divides and behaves in an uncontrolled way.

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TESTIMONIALS

“Dan returned very happy, positive, enthusiastic, talks about sailing all the time. Daniel is now keep to continue and improve his sailing skills. You are all doing a wonderful job and are giving back joy, confidence and happiness to children who have been through a very touch time. Daniel has expressed he would like to be a spokesperson for the Trust, maybe speaking to children in hospital about his experiences with the Trust, showing them that something good can come from the awful illness they have had, that what they have been through can make them a stronger person.” Mother of Dan, 16

- Mother of Dan, 16

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TESTIMONIALS

“This is the first time I have been sailing, and I never thought it would be this good! I have really enjoyed the trip and learnt loads like how to tie knots, use the winches and hoist the sail. I would definitely come back again to see the friends I have made”

- Jorge, 15

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