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‘Our little fertility miracle’ – Drogheda woman put cancer treatment on hold to start family

Clinical trial allowed breast cancer survivor to have baby Zohrah

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Sharzie and Ian celebrating Zohrah's second birthday.

Sharzie and Ian celebrating Zohrah's second birthday.

Sharzie and Ian pictured with their 'miracle fertility baby' Zohrah.

Sharzie and Ian pictured with their 'miracle fertility baby' Zohrah.

Ian, Sharzie and Zohrah enjoying a day out at Halloween.

Ian, Sharzie and Zohrah enjoying a day out at Halloween.

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Sharzie and Ian celebrating Zohrah's second birthday.

A Drogheda mum has spoken about the difficult choices she had to make as a cancer survivor whether to stop vital hormone treatment or try for a baby.

Sharzie Delaney was diagnosed with breast cancer at just 33, and having endured surgery to remove a lump, chemotherapy and radiation therapy, had to make the heart-breaking decision whether to continue hormone therapy for the recommended five years, or follow her heart and try for a much-wanted baby.


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