I'm A Young Adult Get Support Events Online Meet Up - In Treatment ABOUT THE EVENT: Life in your 20s and 30s is hard enough, let alone with cancer. So if you've recently been diagnosed with cancer or are currently in treatment, then join our awesome Champions Heather and Helen on Thursday 22nd April at 6pm and get connected with others who 'get it.' Want to meet other young adults at a similar stage in their treatment? Want to hear from others about their experience of being diagnosed as a young adult? Sign up for your free space here We know each cancer experience is different, so remember some of the things you may hear during this event you may want to bank for later or may not be right for you. A LITTLE ABOUT HEATHER AND HELEN: Heather lives outside Edinburgh with her husband and two sausage dogs, Parsnip and Pumpkin. She was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2014 and after being in remission for 4 years, she was diagnosed with brain cancer. She wanted to become a Champion to help raise the profile of Trekstock and ensure other young adults felt connected, as there aren't a huge number of people who fully appreciate cancer limbo. There are even fewer people who are at a similar age who fully understand how cancer touches every aspect of life. Helen lives in Bristol with my miniature labradoodle Luna. She was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma shortly after her 28th Birthday. She underwent 7 months of chemotherapy which successfully treated her cancer. She wanted to become a Trekstock Champion to help raise the profile of the charity and ensure other young adults can start feeling connected so that they know there are others who understand how they feel. *Just so you know, no medical advice will be provided during this event, if you having any questions regarding your treatment please speak to your oncology team* Not used Zoom before? No problem, you can download the app for free onto your phone or just search for 'Zoom' on your computer and click Join Meeting and add the ID we send you on your laptop. You can also check out this handy guide to using Zoom via this link.