Checking myself saved my life

By supporting Q Radiothon you will be making a real difference to the lives of people affected by cancer and terminal illness across Northern Ireland.  People like Aaron Watson from Bangor.  Aaron has a voice that many of you will recognise.  As a voice over artist, he is a familiar sound on your radio, but…

Alison was my soul mate

In 2017, Hayden Davis lost the love of his life, Alison Pink, to breast cancer. During her treatment, Alison was supported by Friends of the Cancer Centre’s specialist breast nurse, Elaine Shaw, who made an incredible difference to Alison.  This is Hayden and Alison’s story.    “I have known Allison since I was 14 years…

“I’m living life with cancer.”

Deborah Goldie from Groomsport was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma when she was just 28. For the last 10 years, Deborah has relapsed several times and is still undergoing treatment, but she is being supported by a specialist nurse funded by Friends of the Cancer Centre.  This is Deborah’s story:   “I was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s…

Q Radiothon raises £96k for four of Northern Ireland leading cancer and end of life charities

Following a three-day fundraising marathon, the inaugural Q Radiothon has raised almost £96,000 for four of Northern Ireland’s leading cancer and end of life charities. Action Cancer, Friends of the Cancer Centre, Marie Curie and Cancer Fund for Children are the four equal beneficiaries of all money raised.   Money raising initiatives included big brunches,…

Anita’s story

By supporting Q Radiothon you will be making a real difference to the lives of families affected by cancer and terminal illness across Northern Ireland. When Anita lost both of her parents to cancer, her family’s life changed forever. This is Anita’s story:     My wonderful parents   “I was so close to my…