Sabina Higgins urges the nation to Go All In this Daffodil Day

by Alison O'Hanlon
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Sabina Higgins is urging the nation to get behind Daffodil Day on March 22nd to show solidarity and support for anyone affected by cancer.

Joined by Irish Cancer Society’s CEO, Averil Power in Áras an Uachtaráin to celebrate upcoming Daffodil Day on Friday March 22nd, she highlighted the importance of the Irish Cancer Society’s vital supports and services and reminded women of all ages to be aware of the signs and symptoms of breast cancer.

Sabina Higgins said “The Irish Cancer Society provides invaluable help and assistance to cancer patients and their families across Ireland, and I would encourage everyone to support Daffodil Day on March 22nd to help fund their work with patients and families, and to boost cancer research.

“I would also like to thank everyone again for their kind messages of support through my diagnosis and treatment. And I would like to remind women of all ages, particularly those over 70, to continue to check for any potential symptoms of breast cancer and to seek medical advice if they notice anything unusual.”

Sabina Higgins and Averil Power, CEO of the Irish Cancer Society at Áras an Uachtaráin

Averil Power, CEO of the Irish Cancer Society, said “There is not a family in Ireland that hasn’t been affected by cancer and we at the Irish Cancer Society are determined to do everything we can to ensure that everyone affected by the disease has access to world-class treatment, care, and support.  Our essential work is powered by fundraising, and we cannot continue to provide our vital services without the public’s incredible generosity. 

“We would like to thank Sabina for her incredible openness about her breast cancer diagnosis and treatment, and for her help and support after the challenges she has faced. We also want to remind people if you have been affected by cancer, the Irish Cancer Society is here for you. 

Daffodil Day takes place on Friday 22nd March. Whether you want to get involved with your school, company, or in your community, there are lots of ways to go all in and support cancer patients across Ireland. Visit cancer.ie to get involved or learn more.  Anyone with questions or concerns about cancer can contact the Irish Cancer Society Support Line on Freephone 1800 200 700 or [email protected] 

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