Empty Chairs

Empty Chairs – Alison Williamson

Empty Chairs – Alison Williamson

Alison Williamson was a devoted wife and mum to two young children when she was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of lymphoma. She died nine months later, last year, aged 31. 

Empty Chairs – Catherine Buchanan

Empty Chairs – Catherine Buchanan

Currently, thanks to advances in research and treatments, three out of four people diagnosed with blood cancer in Northern survive. But one doesn’t.

Catherine Buchanan, from near Bangor, is one of those people. She lost her battle with blood cancer in 2013. She was only 17 years old.

Empty Chairs – John McCormick

Empty Chairs – John McCormick

John McCormick from Derry~Londonderry is a blood cancer survivor. He was diagnosed with septicaemia on Christmas Day 2011, and then Multiple Myeloma in 2013. 

Empty Chairs – Harry McDaid

Empty Chairs – Harry McDaid

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

Empty Chairs – Joanne McCawley

Empty Chairs – Joanne McCawley

Joanne McCawley, from Drumaness, was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia in November 2015, when she was 30 years old.

Empty Chairs – Andrew Weir’s Story

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.

Empty Chairs – Eloise Mullin’s Story

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. 

Empty Chairs – Emmet Hardy’s Story

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.

Empty Chairs – Richard Moore’s Story

Empty Chairs – Richard Moore’s Story

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

Empty Chairs – Roy Magee’s Story

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. 

Empty Chairs – Elaine Murray’s Story

Empty Chairs – Elaine Murray’s Story

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

Empty Chairs – Craig Mawhinney’s Story

Empty Chairs – Craig Mawhinney’s Story

Three people are diagnosed with blood cancer in Northern Ireland every day, Craig is one of these people. 

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