Every year in the South West 200 young people, between the ages of 16 and 24 are diagnosed with cancer. But if they're over 16 they're treated on adult wards.
Now though, the first specialist teenage cancer unit is being built in the region and work should be completed next year. Professional snooker player, Jack Liz-oww-ski Lisowski, had cancer when he was a teenager.
Today he visited the site with former world champion Judd Trump. Here's our Bristol reporter, Katie Rowlett.
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