Every Three Minutes Someone In Ireland Gets A Cancer Diagnosis
Every three minutes, someone gets a cancer diagnosis in Ireland.
The Irish Cancer Society say the number of people getting cancer is growing and it needs to raise €4 million on Daffodil Day which will take place on March 27th.
The money is used to fund services such as the Daffodil Centres, free counselling and volunteer driver services.
Cork mother Shannen Joyce has fought Non Hodgkin's Lymphoma twice and is taking part in the launch of Daffodil Day today.
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