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To: Dublin Airport Authority (DAA)

Dublin Airport, treat cancer survivors with dignity

Ensure all cancer survivors are treated with dignity and compassion when going through airport security, and don't make anybody remove a prosthesis.

Why is this important?

Breast cancer survivor Réaltán Ní Leannáin has said she was forced to remove her breast prosthesis in public view when going through security at Dublin Airport. This is a horrific violation of her dignity and it must never be allowed to happen ever again.

We demand that Dublin Airport Authority put clear policies in place so cancer survivors know exactly what to expect when going through airport security. These policies should be available on the Dublin Airport website and should be based on dignity and respect for anyone who has undergone cancer treatment.
Dublin, Ireland

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2024-07-11 09:01:17 +0100

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