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Extension of breast cancer screening to improve survival outcomes

The extension of the BreastCheck screening programme - to include women aged 65 to 69 years - will improve survival rates from this the second most common cancer in the country, a local politician said this week.

BreastCheck could save more lives

Extending the national breast cancer screening programme to include women aged between 65 and 69 would save the lives of five women in Mayo every year.

Breast cancer screening extension will save lives in County Westmeath

The Irish Cancer Society is calling on the women of Westmeath, and the TDs who represent them, to join them at Leinster House on September 30 to demand the Government keep its promise to extend BreastCheck to women aged 65-69.

BreastCheck screening coming to Ballina

BreastCheck – The National Breast Screening Programme is inviting women aged 50 to 64 living in Ballina, Swinford, Belmullet, Ballycastle, Crossmolina, Lacken, and surrounding areas for a free mammogram (x-ray) in the BreastCheck mobile digital screening unit located at the back of Cathedral car park, Cathedral Road, Ballina, Co Mayo.

BreastCheck encourage women to attend it's next check-up

BreastCheck - the national breast screening programme - is returning to Mullingar to invite women aged between 50 and 64 living in Mullingar and surrounding areas for their free breast X-rays (mammograms) from Monday November 7.

BreastCheck to screen women in Ballina

The National Cancer Screening Service is delighted to announce that BreastCheck — the national breast screening programme — is currently inviting women living in Ballina and surrounding areas for their free mammograms. The Government-funded screening service is offered to women aged between 50 and 64 and BreastCheck urges all invited women to make the time to attend their appointments. Women living in Ballina will be screened from a mobile digital screening unit located in the grounds of Mayo County General Hospital, Castlebar.

Mayo women encouraged to avail of free BreastCheck screening

The National Cancer Screening Service (NCSS) wishes to remind women aged 50 to 64 living in County Mayo that BreastCheck, the National Breast Screening Programme, is continuing to provide free breast x-rays (mammograms) to eligible women living in the county.

BreastCheck to provide free breast screening

The National Cancer Screening Service has confirmed that BreastCheck - the national breast screening programme - is to provide over 2,500 women aged 50-64 living in Athlone and the surrounding areas with their free mammograms from mid-September 2009.

 

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