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Today should have been Daffodil Day

The traditional Daffodil Day may have been cancelled but you can still proudly show your support with a Digital Daffodil.

You can get your Digital Daffodil below, and share with your loved ones on social media to show your support to cancer patients this Daffodil Day.

We are all in this together, apart but not alone.

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We have been overwhelmed by the response to help fund our services since announcing that Daffodil Day was cancelled due to the coronavirus. Many of you have been in touch to see how you can still get your Daffodil this Friday March 27 to support cancer patients and their families.

Thanks to our friends at Rothco, part of Accenture Interactive, you can still get your Digital Daffodil here to help fund vital services and research. Services like our new online counselling funding and the extension of our Nurseline that we developed to ensure cancer patients get the best possible care and support during the coronavirus crisis.

You can still proudly wear your Daffodil this Friday, please share your digital daffodil with friends and post on your social media and join the community of patients, doctors, nurses, researchers in the fight against cancer

Get your Digital Daffodil below, and share with your loved ones on social media to proudly show your support to cancer patients this Daffodil Day.

We are all in this together, apart but not alone.

Get your Digital Daffodil

Averil Power, CEO, Irish Cancer Society

Coronavirus and cancer

Information and advice concerning the coronavirus for cancer patients, cancer survivors and their families.

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Cancer Nurseline remains open during coronavirus

For free, confidential advice and support for any type of cancer on Freephone 1800 200 700 or by email.

Mon - Thu: 9am - 8pm, Fri, Sat & Sun: 9am - 5pm.

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Roz, Cancer Nurseline

Information and support for cancer patients and their loved ones

If you or someone in your life has been told they have cancer, there is help available. Find information about cancer, treatments, and where to go for local support and advice.

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Thank you so much for wanting to support people affected by cancer. Your support means that no one in Ireland has to face cancer alone.