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Living well after breast cancer

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Gayle McDonagh is a firm believer in giving back to the community. So, during October when the Irish Cancer Society runs its annual Cups against Breast Cancer fundraiser as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, she organises a coffee morning at her home in Co Galway.

Get Cooking For Breast Cancer Research!

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The National Breast Cancer Research Institute are calling all cooking enthusiasts to join them for a very exciting ‘Cook-A-Long’ fundraising event on Thursday October 29th from 7:30-9pm with Cepta Mahon of Cookalicious.ie.

Irish men urged to ‘step up to the mic’ and join the conversation about prostate cancer

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The Marie Keating Foundation’s ‘Stand Up For Your Prostate’ campaign aims to increase awareness of prostate cancer and encourages men to talk about their health.

Charlie’s Challenge Raises €11,033 for Breast Cancer Research

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On the Saturday of this year’s May bank holiday, hundreds of people were due to take part in the annual Mayo Pink Ribbon Charity Cycle; however the arrival of the Covid pandemic meant the event couldn’t go ahead.

Charlie gets on his bike for Breast Cancer

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This May bank holiday weekend, Castlebar native, Charlie Gannon, will be cycling 50km on a stationary bike in his home in aid of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute.

Use of pelvic physiotherapy to ease bowel incontinence

We all know the dreadful feeling of needing the bathroom suddenly to empty the bowels while having coffee with friends or while out shopping and how humiliating and embarrassing it is to be caught short and pass stool.

Use of pelvic physiotherapy to ease bowel incontinence

We all know the dreadful feeling of needing the bathroom suddenly to empty the bowels while having coffee with friends or while out shopping and how humiliating and embarrassing it is to be caught short and pass stool.

Use of pelvic physiotherapy to ease bowel symptoms

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We all know the dreadful feeling of needing the bathroom suddenly to empty the bowels while having coffee with friends or while out shopping and how humiliating and embarrassing it is to be caught short and pass stool.

Use of pelvic physiotherapy to ease bowel incontinence

We all know the dreadful feeling of needing the bathroom suddenly to empty the bowels while having coffee with friends or while out shopping and how humiliating and embarrassing it is to be caught short and pass stool.

Pelvic physiotherapy can really help menopause symptoms

We all know the dreadful feeling of sneezing or coughing suddenly while having coffee with friends or while out shopping, and how humiliating and embarrassing it is to be caught short and leak urine. Imagine the awful feeling with an overwhelming urge to empty your bladder and not making it to the bathroom on time. Worse still is the fear of faecal incontinence.

 

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