Georgie Crawford Celebrates Good News, Revealing There’s ‘No Sign Of Cancer’ In Her Body

'We got the news we were praying for today. My scan is good...'

 

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Georgie Crawford has revealed the incredible news, that she’s cancer-free.

The broadcaster was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 32, and underwent an intense course of treatment over the following months.

She recently returned to hospital for a series of tests and to her delight, the results came back clear.

Taking to social media, she said, “We got the news we were praying for today. My scan is good. I now have 3 years under my belt with no sign of cancer in my body. I can’t tell you how grateful I am.

“It was a really tough week, my mind goes to crazy places while waiting for results. I was diagnosed with stage 2 cancer but because I found it early I was given my life back.

“I know how lucky I am. I never take one second of feeling well for granted and my heart is with people who are going through tough times.”

 

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Georgie continued, “I decided to share my story to try to raise awareness of the signs of breast cancer. So if you do anything this week, check your breasts. It could save your life.

“And if you’re stressed out, wrecked tired and putting all of your energy outwards all the time, do something for yourself this week.

“Invest in you, love yourself and value your life. Don’t wait until it’s too late. You are special and you deserve it.”

Photo of Georgie from our October cover shoot and Breast Cancer Awareness special…

 

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Every year over 3000 women in Ireland are diagnosed with breast cancer, and as the numbers are so high, early detection is vital.

Breast Cancer Ireland revealed some of the key warning signs to look out for, including lumps, unusual swelling, puckering of the skin, or changes in size. For more, visit breastcancerireland.com.

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