Families receive pioneering treatment at a leading cancer hospital
The Royal Marsden hospital in London has been treating children with cancer for over 60 years. It has pioneered treatments which have greatly increased survival rates and now, most children will recover from the disease. In this emotional documentary, we follow three children and their families as they undergo both cutting-edge and traditional treatments at this famous hospital. These include three-year-old Charlotte, who is one of the first children in the UK to take a pioneering new targeted drug. Childhood cancer is rare, making up one percent of all cancers, yet it is still one of the toughest things a family will ever face.
Series 1: 1x60 | HD | 2020