Empty Chairs - Andrew Weir's Story

Currently, thanks to advances in research and treatments, three out of every four people diagnosed with blood cancer in Northern Ireland survive. Andrew Weir from Belfast is one of those people.

Andrew, 56, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukaemia (ALL) in 1976 when he was only 15 years old.

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Leukaemia & Lymphoma NI announce further funding for vital blood cancer research at Q.U.B.

The further funding of £790,000 will support vital blood cancer research. 

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Queen’s Student Determined to Find Cancer Cure in memory of Alison Williamson

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Harmony Black recently graduated from Queen’s University with a first class honours in Biomedical Science. But it won’t be long before...

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Empty Chairs - Eloise Mullin's Story

Currently, thanks to advances in research and treatments, three out of every four people diagnosed with blood cancer in Northern Ireland survive. Eloise Mullin from Fermanagh is one of those people. 

Eloise was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma in March 2012. She was only 26 years old. 

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Empty Chairs - Emmet Hardy's Story

Currently, thanks to advances in research and treatments, three out of every four people diagnosed with blood cancer in Northern Ireland survive. Emmet Hardy is one of those people.

Emmet was diagnosed with Stage 4 Hodgkins Lymphoma in March 2012, when he was just shy of his 21st birthday.

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Empty Chairs - Roy Magee's Story

Currently, thanks to advances in research and treatments, three out of four people diagnosed with blood cancer in Northern survive. But one doesn’t. Roy Magee, from East Belfast, is one of those people.

Roy lost his battle with myeloma in 2005, 12 years ago. 

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