Clondalkin Woman Strives After Cancer

Brigid stapleton clondalkin

Local woman Brigid Stapleton survived a very aggressive breast cancer illness that was diagnosed in 1999 after her youngest child was born. The Clondalkin native was advised to give up her hairdressing salon by doctors which was a very difficult decision. Some time later, one of Brigid’s clients introduced her to a health and wellness business, Brigid commented “one of my clients introduced me to health and wellness and I could not believe the difference in my health after taking the products”. Brigid has travelled the world with her business and provides hope to those suffering or recovering from illness. 

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, in this month there are lots of fundraising initiatives happening and at the same time raising awareness of the cancer. According to the Irish Cancer Society, breast cancer affects more than 3,000 women and around 25 men each year in Ireland and it is most common in women over 50 years of age. The Irish Cancer Society annually fundraise with their ‘Cups Against Breast Cancer’ campaign. For further information see 




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