Stories of people living with and beyond cancer
Learn about some of the people supported by the Irish Cancer Society
Big names take part in virtual festival for 8-year-old Saoírse, who was diagnosed with an Osteosarcoma tumour
"The waiting game during the pandemic is not a good one" - Jane's experience of skin cancer during Covid-19
"People need to take personal responsibility for the vulnerable in society" - chemotherapy during Covid
"I haven't been able to hug anyone" - Karen's story of receiving a cancer diagnosis during a global pandemic
"I had to wait over three months for my colonoscopy" - cancer patient Vanessa Job shares her experience.
"Staff are trying to make it as easy as possible" - Aileen Murphy shares her experience of treatment and cocooning.
Westmeath woman Anne was 29-years-old and 29 weeks pregnant when she was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2012.
Sinead was 34, two years married and just after becoming a mum for the first time when she was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma in October 2009.
Cervical cancer survivor Eileen Rushe from Drogheda speaks about the challenges in survivorship.
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