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Surviving Terminal Cancer – watch the full film

Dominic Hill’s Surviving Terminal Cancer film was first aired on World Cancer Day (4 February 2015) and was watched by 400 people affected by a brain tumour at the BFI in London. It was later aired in New York at the Lincoln Centre and watched by over 200 people affected by a brain tumour.

The film argues that the long-term survival of three brain tumour patients who researched and devised their own treatment programmes challenges the orthodox approach to improving cancer treatments.

Visit the Surviving Terminal Cancer website for further details on the film, director and research being undertaken as a result of this film.

Watch the pre-screening introduction with words from our CEO Sarah Lindsell and the post-screening panel discussion at the European premiere of ‘Surviving Terminal Cancer’.

Video credit to Jimmy’s Teenage Cancer TV

Members of the post screening panel (from left to right in the image above):

  • Marc-Eric Halatsch, senior consultant neurosurgeon, University of Ulm Hospital, Germany
  • Lydie Meheus, managing director, The Anticancer Fund, Belgium
  • Neil Kitchen, senior consultant neurosurgeon, The National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, London
  • David Walker, paedatric neuro-oncologist & president British Association for Neuro Oncology, University of Nottingham
  • Anders Ferry PhD, physical chemist, 16 year self-medicated survivor, anaplastic astrocytoma
  • Ben Williams PhD, professor emeritus experimental psychology, University of California, 20 year self-medicated survivor, glioblastoma multiforme, reccurence free
  • Richard Gerber PhD, computer scientist, 9 year self-medicated survivor, glioblastoma multiforme, reccurence free

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