Shonagh’s secondary breast cancer story

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"On the 13 March 2012 my Mum lost her battle with cancer. She was an amazing and inspirational mother to Georgia and I, a loving wife to Kevin and a friend to all.

Shonagh’s secondary breast cancer story

Shonagh has been diagnosed with secondary breast cancer. There is currently no cure available. Thanks to new research, Shonagh, 41, is still alive four years after developing secondary breast cancer. We fund research which could help save women like Shonagh in the future.

"The hardest thing about being diagnosed with secondary breast cancer is the effect on other people. One day there will be a cure. And that’s what you’ve got to hold on to. I just want breast cancer to be eradicated”

Shonagh's story about secondary breast cancer

Shonagh’s secondary breast cancer story

You can't save my life, but you could save yours. 


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