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New BUMBLEance service available to sick children in Mayo

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BUMBLEance, a children’s ambulance service, is celebrating the launch of the latest vehicle to join its fleet. The new children’s ambulance will service sick children and their families in the northwest of the country.

Mayo’s volunteer drivers cover 50,525km for Irish Cancer Society

The Irish Cancer Society’s volunteer driver service has said that 356 journeys totalling a travel distance of 50,525km were covered by 46 Irish Cancer Society volunteer drivers in Mayo last year. This is a free transport service and is available to cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy treatments in Mayo University Hospital and University Hospital Galway.

Bobby Kerr urges companies to show support on Daffodil Day

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Leading Irish businessman Bobby Kerr, who is now one year cancer free, is urging corporates to play a part in supporting the thousands of Irish people affected by cancer in communities across Ireland.

Prostate cancer survivors help launch exhibition to raise awareness

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Three West of Ireland men are among those who joined with Meath GAA legend Sean Boylan, former Irish rugby international Tony Ward, former RTE broadcaster and Castlebar-native Michael Murphy and nine other prostate cancer survivors today to help the Marie Keating Foundation launch a new exhibition which aims to give hope and support to men affected by prostate cancer.

Galway prostate cancer survivors help launch exhibition to raise awareness

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Three Galway men are among those who joined with Meath GAA legend Sean Boylan, former Irish rugby international Tony Ward, former RTE broadcaster Michael Murphy and nine other prostate cancer survivors today to help the Marie Keating Foundation launch a new exhibition which aims to give hope and support to men affected by prostate cancer.

Author John Walsh an example of how to face up to adversity

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A Galway man has written a book documenting his 16 year battle with cancer. John Walsh was first diagnosed with a tumour in his brain in the year 2000 and has undergone numerous operations and rounds of chemotherapy and radiation treatment since due to the continued presence of growths in his body. He is currently living with inoperable tumours in his brain and spine.

Rabbitte welcomes Government u-turn on life changing cancer drug

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A commitment to approve a life changing cancer drug has been given by the Health Minister Simon Harris, after Galway East Fianna Fáil TD Anne Rabbitte raised the case of a man in her constituency who has been fighting the disease for six years.

The many faces of bravery

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We applaud bravery in all its forms. Physical bravery because it is an animal instinct, a desire to confront a challenge that is placed in front of us. We saw this in Edinburgh when faced with a daunting challenge, the Connacht team showed bravery to seize the opportunity, to show the world that their team spirit honed on hard days in the west of Ireland can produce a game of the power, strength and finesse which allowed them to claim the crown. That’s physical bravery.

The many faces of bravery

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We applaud bravery in all its forms. Physical bravery because it is an animal instinct, a desire to confront a challenge that is placed in front of us. We saw this in Edinburgh when faced with a daunting challenge, our team showed bravery to seize the opportunity, to show the world that their team spirit honed on hard days in the west of Ireland can produce a game of the power, strength and finesse which allowed them to claim the crown. That’s physical bravery.

HnBC is here to help with hair loss

Hair loss can affect men, women, and children, it can be very distressing for any person who is suffering from hair loss. At HnBC Hair Loss Clinic the most common type of hair loss seen is androgenetic alopecia, commonly referred to as female or male pattern baldness. 

 

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