"It has become my mission to get as many men as I can to start checking themselves"
Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Aaron Watson from Bangor has a voice that many of you will recognise. As a voice over artist, he is a familiar sound on your radio but this November Aaron is using his voice for a very different reason. Aaron is encouraging men across Northern Ireland to get checking their testicles. And there is a good reason why. When he was just 22 years old, Aaron was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Now 39, Aaron is cancer free and backing our Talking Balls campaign in the hope that his experience could save someone’s life. This is his story. ...
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Tuesday, 1 October 2019
In Northern Ireland there are, on average, 1,400 new cases of breast cancer each year and Friends of the Cancer Centre is here to support as many of these people as we possibly can. We are proud to support breast cancer patients from diagnosis through treatment and rehabilitation with our wonderful funded staff who care for hundreds of breast cancer patients each year. ...Read More
Chat raises £45,000 for Friends of the Cancer Centre
CHAT coffee house and newsagents has been supporting Friends of the Cancer Centre since the Cancer Centre opened in 2006 and during this time, raised a phenomenal £45,000 for the charity. ...Read More
Welcome to our new friends at Next Retail
Sunday, 15 September 2019
This year, NEXT Retail employees from across Ireland and the UK are highlighting their support for Friends of the Cancer Centre by taking part in fundraising events, raising money and awareness of our work as well as engaging their colleagues in health promotion activities. ...Read More