1. ''Daff Man' on how he and his partner were supported by cancer nurses  TheJournal.ie
  2. Constant coffee keeps Daffodil Day fundraising going  The Irish Times
  3. Dublin mum diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer: 'I was very lucky... get advice from doctors, not the internet'  Independent.ie
  4. Paying tribute: 'Daff Man' on how he and his partner were supported by cancer nurses  TheJournal.ie
  5. New drug for breast cancer patients to 'significantly improve the treatment options'  BreakingNews.ie
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Irish Cancer Society reveals details of new clinical trial to treat aggressive breast cancerIrish Cancer Society reveals details of new clinical trial to treat aggressive breast cancer

Constant coffee keeps Daffodil Day fundraising going

Patients in Ireland could benefit from a potentially life-saving new clinical trial to treat it.Patients in Ireland could benefit from a potentially life-saving new clinical trial to treat it.

New drug for breast cancer patients to 'significantly improve the treatment options' | BreakingNews.ie

There's not a waking day that Ireland rugby star, Andrew Porter, does not wish he could hold his mother's hand, walk with her, or hear her voice again. And in a bid to honour her memoryThere's not a waking day that Ireland rugby star, Andrew Porter, does not wish he could hold his mother's hand, walk with her, or hear her voice again. And in a bid to honour her memory

'I wish my mother was here every day' - rugby star on how losing his mum to cancer at the age of 12 shaped his future career - Independent.ie

“This is where your Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Day funds go Well done to all the volunteers across Roscommon & Galway”

Denis Naughten on Twitter: "This is where your Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Day funds go Well done to all the volunteers across Roscommon & Galway… https://t.co/Lkxf0o1tMc"

“Wonderful piece from @SarahCGeraghty and @TheJournal_ie: Opinion: 'I'm thinking of you' and 9 other things it's OK to say to a family going through cancer https://t.co/iwyPUrkaD0 #DaffodilDay”

Emer McLysaght on Twitter: "Wonderful piece from @SarahCGeraghty and @TheJournal_ie: Opinion: 'I'm thinking of you' and 9 other things it's OK to say to a family going through cancer https://t.co/iwyPUrkaD0 #DaffodilDay"

“Like so many families, my own has been impacted by cancer with the loss of my Dad from lung cancer in 2013. Every day the cancer society support cancer patients. Thinking of all fighting cancer battles... supporting #daffodilday with Paul and Pat in @silkenthomaskildare”

Fiona OLoughlin TD on Twitter: "Like so many families, my own has been impacted by cancer with the loss of my Dad from lung cancer in 2013. Every day the cancer society support cancer patients. Thinking of all fighting cancer battles... supporting #daffodilday with Paul and Pat in @silkenthomaskildare… https://t.co/PON8XoE2f1"

“Please please please support Daffodil Day today. The Irish Cancer Society provide vital support to families and individuals fighting cancer. Your support will help fund lifesaving research and care for patients. #Daffodilday #DaffodilDay2019 #IrishCancerSociety”

Fergus O'Dowd on Twitter: "Please please please support Daffodil Day today. The Irish Cancer Society provide vital support to families and individuals fighting cancer. Your support will help fund lifesaving research and care for patients. #Daffodilday #DaffodilDay2019 #IrishCancerSociety… https://t.co/tjKXGyUqNE"

‘Daff Man’ James Gilleran is marking 25 years collecting for the Irish Cancer Society. ‘Daff Man’ James Gilleran is marking 25 years collecting for the Irish Cancer Society.

Paying tribute: 'Daff Man' on how he and his partner were supported by cancer nurses

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