Love, Hope and Cancer, Lucy O’Donnell

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When Lucy was diagnosed with Stage 4 metastatic breast cancer in November 2011, she spent most of the next eighteen months in radical cancer treatment. Through her continuing treatment and experience, Lucy channels her energies into helping other people in and outside the cancer world.  She is a Cancer Counsellor, Holistic Therapist, Inspirational Speaker and author of Cancer Is My Teacher.

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