Childhood cancer awareness help

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Pictured at the event are from left Roisin Carroll, Aileen O'Brien, Roisin Fanning and Cahil Shirran.

Pictured at the event are from left Roisin Carroll, Aileen O'Brien, Roisin Fanning and Cahil Shirran.

Year 4 students from WIT's BSc in General Nursing programme recently helped out on an information stand as part of the Light it up Gold campaign.

Year 4 students from WIT'sBSc in General Nursing programme recently helped out at the Golden Afternoon Tea Party in support of the September Light it up Gold Childhood Cancer Awareness month.

The students held an information stand for the public attending the event, and were available to answer any questions asked. The organisers of the event, Siobhan Drohan and Janet O' Neill, complemented the students on their helpfulness and professionalism.

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