Haematology & Oncology Films

All films on this page are films relating to haematology and oncology

Haematology & Oncology 360 Environment 

This film will explain what mucositis is, how it may affect you and what photobiomodulation can do to help reduce the symptoms.

Outreach Team 

Want to know what the Outreach Team are all about?

Children and Teenage Haematology and Oncology ward

This is Julie White & Ben Sykes who will welcome you to the Children's Haematology & Oncology Day Unit.

Ward L31

This is Karen Potts who will welcome you to Ward L31 which is the Children's Haematology and Oncology ward.

Ward L33

This is Graham Douglas who will welcome you to Ward L33 which is the Teenage Cancer and Haematology Unit.

Ward 94 - St. James's Hospital

Youth Support Coordinator Carrie tells us all about Ward 94 which is located at St. James's Hospital which treats 18-25 year olds with haematology/oncology conditions.

360 tour of Ward J94 St James's 


Sam talks to us about his diagnosis of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia and how he has dealt with the treatment so far. Sam gives tips on taking tablets as well as talking about how it has affected his education and family.

Male Fertility Preservation

In this film we get to follow the process of male fertility preservation. Dan talks about what it was like for him and professionals involved explain the process and reasons behind sperm storage.


More Films About Cancer and it's Treatments


All About Chemotherapy

Dr Bob talks about receiving Chemotherapy and why it impacts on your body.

All About Surgery

Dr Bob talks about having surgery for Young People with cancer.

All About Radiotherapy

Dr Bob talks about receiving Radiotherapy as part of the treatment for cancer.

All about Stem Cell Transplant

Dr Bob talks about why you may need a stem cell transplant and what it does to your body.

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Biomarkers in Febrile Neutropenia.

Febrile neutropenia is a common and potentially life-threatening complication of cancer treatment. It's managed by admission to hospital, and giving powerful antibiotics. We know that for 4 out of 5 young people, the temperature wasn't a severe infection, and we conducted a study to try to work out if blood tests could help us tell rapidly who did, and didn't, need the antibiotics



The mental wellbeing of young  people diagnosed with cancer and their support network is at the heart of everything we do

Each month Maddi will be starting some much-needed conversations about
cancer and our mental health. She’ll be joined by someone different who will
bring their own story and thoughts to the chat.

We’re all busy, but we can all make time for 13 minutes of much needed
Grab a cuppa and click on the link