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. ...
Makeup Masterclass with MAC
Thursday, 11 July 2019
Friends of the Cancer Centre is delighted to partner with MAC at Victoria Square to offer those currently undergoing cancer treatment an exclusive makeup masterclass on Thursday 8th August 2019. ...Read More
Belfast International Airport hold their first 'Mellow Yellow Tea Party'
Monday, 1 July 2019
Our corporate partners, Belfast International Airport, recently held their first, outdoor ‘Mellow Yellow Tea Party’. Luckily, the rain held off and the cakes and pastries bought and baked by employees were in high demand, raising much needed funds to support our work. ...Read More
Launching our fantastic new partnership with PA Consulting
Wednesday, 3 July 2019
We are delighted to announce our new partnership with global innovation and transformation consultancy, PA Consulting in Belfast (PA). This year, PA’s Belfast office, which delivers digital and public sector projects across a wide range of sectors including healthcare, will help support our vital work by taking part in a variety of the charity’s fundraising events and holding their own events. ...Read More
“I can’t encourage other men enough, please get checking."
Friday, 21 June 2019
William White (55) from Bangor was diagnosed with testicular cancer in July last year. William has been supported by our testicular cancer clinical nurse specialist, Melanie McNally, who was of great support during his treatment. Today William is doing well and he is proudly supporting our Talking Balls campaign to encourage more men to check themselves regularly. ...Read More