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'I didn't think I was going to make it'

Two inspirational breast cancer survivors share their stories ahead of the Great Pink Run in aid ...

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15.37 7 Oct 2019


'I didn't think I was going to make it'


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15.37 7 Oct 2019


Two inspirational breast cancer survivors share their stories ahead of the Great Pink Run in aid of Breast Cancer Ireland.

Anne Eble and Olivia Carpenter underwent treatment in 2003, 2011 and 2016.

Professor Arnie Hill, is Chair of Surgery in the RCSI and head of the medical school at Beaumont Hospital.

He offers some words of reassurance to those who are undergoing treatment for breast cancer right now.

The Great Pink Run with Breast Cancer Ireland takes place in Dublin on October 19th and Kilkenny on October 20th.

For more see Greatpinkrun.ie


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