My mother, who was ‘too young’ to have breast cancer, dies from the disease

Sinead Richards, a mother of two, died a few weeks after her wedding day. (Sweens)

A mother of two said she’s ‘too small’ to have a breast Cancer He died a few weeks after his wedding day.

Sinead Richards discovered a lump in her breast in late 2019 and when she visited doctors in early 2020 she was not initially diagnosed with anything as at 29 she was considered too young to have breast cancer.

A mother of two was finally diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer that had spread throughout her body.

He died on September 10 at the age of 31, just weeks after marrying his 12-year-old partner, Liam McDonagh, 33, on August 19.

Initially, Snead was considered too young to develop breast cancer. (Sweens)

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He said: “Everybody was smiling all day. She was so sick but that really showed what she was, she struggled to get there and put on a brave face. It was all about the mind. He got there and that’s all he needed ”. “

“It has had a great impact on our lives. It was amazing, he was such a lovable person.

“No one I met had a bad word to say about her, everyone loved her. It’s so tragic. “

“When we were in the hospital, people would look at us a second time because they couldn’t believe how young we were. She was only 31 years old and we couldn’t believe it. “

Liam Snead’s widower now urges all women to check themselves regularly. (Sweens)

Snead, the pastoral guide, also left behind the couple’s two daughters, Paige, seven, and Georgie, ten.

His widow is now urging other women to get tested, regardless of their age.

He added: “If your story helped someone else verify it, it would be worth it. She was the most amazing person. “

“I just want to show that this can happen to anyone and urge people to get tested if they ever notice anything.”

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