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# sponsored-by-irish-cancer-society - Thursday 28 May, 2020

Doing it for mum: Why sisters Barbara and Dorothy Phelan are walking 42km this June

Doing it for mum: Why sisters Barbara and Dorothy Phelan are walking 42km this June

The pair are joining the Irish Cancer Society’s Marathon In A Month event.

# sponsored-by-irish-cancer-society - Wednesday 1 April, 2020

'That phonecall gave me strength': How the Irish Cancer Society supports people like Caitríona

'That phonecall gave me strength': How the Irish Cancer Society supports people like Caitríona

The organisation is operating a support line seven days a week, for anyone worried or affected by cancer.

# sponsored-by-irish-cancer-society - Monday 30 September, 2019

'They delivered the baby four weeks early': One woman on having breast cancer at 16 weeks pregnant

Dianne Fitzharris Doyle is back to work after a two year journey.

# sponsored-by-irish-cancer-society - Wednesday 25 September, 2019

'Every day is a gift, that's why it's called the present': One woman on her 18-year cancer journey

'Every day is a gift, that's why it's called the present': One woman on her 18-year cancer journey

Brigid O’Sullivan realised she was pregnant shortly after her first diagnosis.

# sponsored-by-irish-cancer-society - Thursday 19 September, 2019

'I treated it like a marathon - one step at a time': One woman shares her story of cancer survival

'I treated it like a marathon - one step at a time': One woman shares her story of cancer survival

Sharon Power tells how incredible support kept her hopeful.

# sponsored-by-irish-cancer-society - Tuesday 3 September, 2019

'I always say cancer is as much mental as it is physical - you need emotional support'

'I always say cancer is as much mental as it is physical - you need emotional support'

Michael Reynolds shares his story of a breast cancer diagnosis at 30.