A mother of two living in Cork says cancer has made it very difficult for her to think long term into the future

39 year old, Liz Muldoon was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer - a more aggressive form of the cancer - in April last year 

Liz's treatment options were slightly more limited, due to the type of cancer she had but after undergoing 16 bouts of chemotherapy in 23 weeks, surgery and radiotheraphy over the past year, in February she was given the news that she is cancer free

Liz says she survived due to cancer research and is proud to support Breakthrough Cancer research and the incredible work they do.

Speaking to RedFM News Liz says the diagnosis changed the future she had imagined for herself, her husband Keith and her two girls but she is working hard to allow herself to plan 


Liz is sharing her story with RedFM News as part of Cork's RedFM's Buy back Time initiative with Breakthrough Cancer Research 

Listeners are being urged to team up with the charity and take one hour out of their day today and donate the value of that hour or €4 to the charity's appeal by texting the letters BCR to 50300 

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