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Checking myself saved my life

Monday, 4 November 2019

32 year old James Mulholland from Newbridge was diagnosed with testicular cancer when he was 22 years old. Ten years on, James is doing well and enjoying life with his young family. He is also proudly supporting our Talking Balls campaign, which is calling on men across Northern Ireland to get into the habit of checking their testicles regularly. This is James’ story. ...

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My virtual road to recovery

Saturday, 12 December 2020

Last Christmas Richie Sheerin, from Derry, could barely climb the stairs after undergoing his first gruelling stem cell transplant in a bid to beat a rare bone marrow cancer. This year the is looking forward to celebrating with his family. ...

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Congratulations to our scholarship winners for 2020

Friday, 11 December 2020

Friends of the Cancer Centre is delighted to announce the winners of the charity’s scholarships for 2020. ...

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Cancer Centre staff take on the Friendship Five to support their patients

Wednesday, 21 October 2020

A group of colleagues from the Cancer Centre in Belfast are taking part in an incredible fundraising challenge ...

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Local family show their Friendship

Friday, 2 October 2020

Caralyn Robson from Bangor has completed an incredible marathon challenge on the streets around Bangor on Sunday, 20th September, raising over £2,000 to support the charity's work. ...

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