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Lobular Breast Cancer is not uncommon

Day 30 #LivingWithLobular Nore Dragon Paddlers are a group of Breast Cancer Survivors who paddle dragon boats on the Nore river in Kilkenny. Of our 36 members 8 are Lobular Breast Cancer survivors. That’s 22%…

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Day 30 #LivingWithLobular

Nuala, who is a member of Lobular Ireland, shares her thoughts with us – both as a health professional and as a woman with a Diagnosis of Lobular Breast Cancer. In March 2020, I was…

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Day 29 #LivingWithLobular

Hi Everyone, I’m Enda – I was diagnosed with Lobular Breast Cancer in January 2019 right in the middle of the Covid Pandemic. I had immediate right Mastectomy but was denied reconstruction as at the…

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Day 28 #LivingWithLobular

I reached out to Colleen having read a post from her on a US Lobular Breast Cancer FB page. I know that she is a fantastic Advocate for ILC and I felt that many of…

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Day 27 #LivingWithLobular

Donna’s Story In 2018 I noticed my left nipple discharged a milky like substance while I was towel drying after my bath. I absolutely in that moment knew I had cancer. I booked in for…

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Day 26 #LivingWithLobular

Deirdre’s Story, October 2022 – Lobular Breast Cancer Awareness with Lobular Ireland Today’s post is a little different in that it’s not from someone who has Lobular breast cancer. Today we hear from an amazing…

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Day 25 #LivingWithLobular

Dear Lobular cancer friends, I am glad to be able to share my story with you all. My name Michelle Bonner and I live in Co. Donegal.  I found a sizeable area like two adjacent…

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Day 24 #LivingWithLobular

As we enter week 4 of October 2022 and #BreastCancerAwareness month, we’d like to thank everyone who is working so hard to bring attention to Invasive Lobular Breast Cancer. Kirsty has been a member of…

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Day 23 #LivingWithLobular

This year Lobular Ireland agreed to post ‘Our Stories – #LivingWithLobular’ One Story each day throughout October to raise awareness of our Subtype of Breast Cancer While Ductal Carcinoma accounts for approx 80% of all…

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Day 22 #LivingWithLobular

Hi, my name is Jo Browne and I’m telling my story to raise awareness of Invasive Lobular Cancer #ILC in Ireland with Lobular Ireland. I was diagnosed with Invasive Lobular Breast Cancer on July 16th…

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Day 20 #LivingWithLobular

My name is Barbara and I’m 54 years old. In July 2022 I was told I had invasive lobular carcinoma. When you hear the word cancer all sorts of emotions surface. I’m a family carer…

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Day 19 #LivingWithLobular

I’m Jean Anne. I live in Galway and was diagnosed with lobular breast cancer at age 52 following my second screening mammogram with Breastcheck. After initial lumpectomy surgery I was found to have multifocal ILC…

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Day 18 #LivingWithLobular

My Story – Tracy Bennett In February of 2020 I had my first 50 years of age mammogram through the National Breast Check. l had been to the Breast Health Unit in 2015 with a…

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Day 17 #LivingWithLobular

Lobular Ireland set themselves a task this October to raise awareness of Invasive Lobular Cancer in Ireland. In doing so they will share Patient Stories and insights as to how Lobular Breast Cancer is different.…

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Day 16 #LivingWithLobular

My name is Caroline and I was diagnosed with Invasive Lobular breast cancer in April 2021 at the age of 53. My story is a little different as I found a lump and it was…

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Day 15 #LivingWithLobular

Lorraine is another young woman and a member of our Lobular Ireland Group. Lorraine readily agreed to share a little about her Lobular Breast Cancer story to help educate and enhance an awareness around this…

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Living with Lobular, Day 14

Our Lobular Ireland Ladies are doing us proud this Breast Cancer Awareness Month, distributing our ‘What is Lobular’ leaflets and ‘Dense Breast Request Forms’ to all 8 centres of cancer excellence and to breast cancer…

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Living with Lobular Day #13

In February 2020, 3 weeks before the whole world went into COVID lockdown, I was diagnosed with stage 3 Lobular breast cancer. My tumour was not visible on Mammogram and could only be seen on…

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