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10 things two doctors with breast cancer think everyone should know about the disease

Shock, disbelief and fear are just some of the emotions that might follow when a doctor tells you you’ve got breast cancer.

It’s something thousands experience every year in the Ireland; regular people who often have little idea what the coming months or years of treatment may entail.

But just because they’re usually on the other side of the consulting room, doctors aren’t immune to the disease either – and one of them, breast cancer surgeon Dr Liz O’Riordan, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015, is now on a mission to share her knowledge and insights with other patients.

She’s teamed up with fellow doctor-turned-breast-cancer-patient Professor Trisha Greenhalgh, to write the new book...

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A British GP and breast cancer surgeon are on a mission to share their insights on the disease, writes Lisa Salmon.

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