Lily
Walsh-Curley

I don’t remember much about my cancer journey because I was so little but I do remember some things like how nice the nurses were, and mammy having to carry me out to the car wrapped in a blanket in the middle of the night to go to Crumlin hospital.

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Bronagh
Traynor

You shouldn’t have to say goodbye to your little sister.

Not forever.

Not to cancer.

And not when she leaves such a hole in so many hearts.

And that’s why – though it makes me cry – I’m sharing this with you.

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Seán
Dorgan

I turned 60 years old in 2011 and was enjoying life. I had retired from full-time work but had a rewarding mix of interesting part-time roles. Mary and I were enjoying having a few holidays each year. Our four boys were reared and enjoying their lives too. Life was good.

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Conor
Stapleton

One morning last November, I woke at 7 a.m. as usual. Quickly throwing on my placement clothes, grabbing a coffee, and jumping on the Luas; it was a normal day.

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Liz Muldoon

The first time I heard that phrase, I won’t lie, it scared the bejeezus out of me!!

In April 2019 I was diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer after finding a lump.

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Mary &
Francis Cadogan

Francis Cadogan had a BCC – Basal Cell Carcinoma surgically removed back in 2009 and at that time this was…

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Ger Stanton

In 1974 I met Mary and I suppose it was love at first sight and we got married in 1976…

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Cliona Murphy
Melanoma

Brendan and I met 19 years ago. Like most Irish romances ours started in the local pub. I’d had my…

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Joanne
Finnegan

My name is Joanne Finnegan, and I want to tell you about my father, Liam, who died from uveal melanoma.…

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