Ennis Cancer Survivor Spreading Awareness Of Oesophageal Cancer

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An Ennis cancer survivor is encouraging people to be vigilant of Oesophageal cancer symptoms.

In 2016 Margaret Molloy was diagnosed with Oesophageal Cancer and had surgery to remove her oesophagus in UHG.

Margaret has been cancer free for five years and wants to raise awareness of the often innocuous symptoms of oesophageal cancer, which include difficulty swallowing, persistent acid indigestion, heartburn and reflux.


She says funding is vital and is asking the public to support its 50/50 campaign this October to raise €150,000 for cancer research and to help spread awareness of the early symptoms of this difficult cancer.