‘I asked about egg freezing when I was diagnosed with cancer at 17 – there is nothing I want more than to be a mum’

Almost 44,000 people are diagnosed with cancer every year in Ireland, and with an estimated one in two of us getting the disease at some point in our lifetime, it is safe to say that cancer affects all of us, either directly or indirectly.

ut despite its prevalence, a cancer diagnosis isn’t the death sentence it was once perceived to be. Due to ongoing research and new treatments, outcomes are improving and the likelihood of surviving many forms of cancer has increased.



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