How We Support You

Cancer Focus Northern Ireland is here to help you improve your health and support you and your family when you’re affected by cancer. Here’s how we can help…

Patient

Support

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Cancer

Information

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Smoke

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Cancer

Research

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Cancer

Prevention

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Schools

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Volunteer

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E-Learning

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Stop Smoking

Support 

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Fundraising

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Gift In

Will

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If you have any questions don’t hesitate to call our FREE NurseLine

  • 0800 783 3339

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Sing for Life 10th Anniversary Christmas Concert – Tuesday 20th December

Cancer Focus NI's Sing for Life Community Choir will be holding its annual Christmas concert at Fisherwick Presbyterian Church, Malone Road, Belfast, with a host of all the favourite seasonal songs.

Skydive for Cancer Focus NI – Anytime

Take on the challenge of a lifetime and skydive in aid of Cancer Focus NI!

Slieve Donard Moonlit Walk – Friday 19th May

Sign-up for the ultimate night time adventure at the Slieve Donard Moonlit Walk!

Christmas Jumper Day

Encourage some Christmas cheer at work or school this year and support local cancer patients!

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“It’s amazing to know that when your tomorrows are running out there are people to listen, support and walk with you every step of the way”

David Telford and daughters Emma and Evie, who lost wife and mum Lorna

"The family support service helped me and my son become stronger and more able to get through this confusing and agonising time"

Cancer patient Jo-Ann Grimley

"Art therapy is a fantastic distraction for children with cancer and helps take their minds off their treatment for a while"

Mum Fiona Brown

"The Cancer Focus NI Well Being Cookbook has tempting but simple recipes for when you're feeling low"

Chef Jeanne Rankin

"I feel so much healthier after the Focus Fit challenge - and really proud of myself as well for raising money to help local cancer patients"

Nicola Linton