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Scientists at NUI Galway have discovered how cells related to one of the most aggressive forms of breast cancer can rewire themselves to have a better chance of surviving and spreading to other sites in the body.
TV show ‘The Restaurant’ comes to life in Galway as a celebrity chief takes up residence in Galway’s newest eatery ‘JEKYLL’ at Hyde Bar, Foster Street on April 14 for a fundraiser with a difference in aid of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute.
A special fundraising concert in aid of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute takes place in the Salthill Hotel on November 28.
This November, men and women within local communities, and throughout the country, will be performing a jaw-dropping 100 squats a day - that’s a grand total of 3000 squats - in aid of breast cancer care at the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital.
This year’s Great Pink Run virtual event has raised almost €650,000 in essential funding for vital breast cancer research, through an incredible global event which saw 8,359 individual #PinkTribe participants, including runners, joggers, and walkers of all ages taking part from all over the globe over the weekend of 16 and 17 October, with people from no less than 23 countries participating.
TodayMyWay.ie, an online resource devoted to supporting and educating patients with metastatic breast cancer, and their friends and families, has officially launched.
Race in Pink, one of the highlights of the Galway Races October Festival, is returning this year to Ballybrit.
In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Penneys is launching its first collection of leisure, nightwear, underwear and accessories designed and developed for those who have experienced breast cancer and undergone breast surgery.
The Irish Cancer Society is asking you to ‘care for your pair’ during breast cancer awareness month this October.
Breast cancer survivors from around the country are urging women to join the Care for Your Pair movement, learn the warning signs for breast cancer and speak to two loved ones about breast health.