Banbridge mum raises thousands for charity within a few days after heartbreaking cancer diagnosis

Banbridge mum raises thousands for charity within a few days after heartbreaking cancer diagnosis
Tammy-Lee Walsh

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Tammy-Lee Walsh

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A MOTHER of two from Banbridge has raised thousands of pounds for Breast Cancer Research Aid in just a matter of days, following her own diagnosis.

Last month, Charlene Edgar assumed she was attending an appointment regarding a harmless lump of glandular tissue.

In the past, the local woman had dealt with the removal of a non-cancerous cyst in her breast and expected a similar, straightforward appointment on 11 April.

But Charlene was floored when doctors informed her she had invasive triple negative lobular breast cancer.

The 32-year-old told The Outlook she felt hopeless in the days following the devastating diagnosis.

Charlene's children, five-year-old Archie and one-year-old Annie, were a massive inspiration in helping her to find strength.

Because of them, she decided to make something positive from her heartbreaking predicament and use her situation to help others.

Read the full story in this week's Outlook, on sale now.

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