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Irish Cancer Society asks local public to ‘have their say’

The Irish Cancer Society is asking the people of Westmeath how it can better help those affected by cancer. By filling in a quick ten minute survey at www.cancer.ie/HaveYourSay, members of the general public can help shape the future of the charity’s work.

Mayo in bloom today for Daffodil Day

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Members of the public are being asked to support Daffodil Day in Mayo today (Friday, March 27).

Irish Cancer Society appeals to businesses to get on board and support Daffodil Day

Daffodil Day is taking place on Friday, March 27, and recently the Irish Cancer Society, along with the campaign’s lead partner, Dell Ireland, launched its appeal to companies and businesses all over Ireland to show they care by signing up to do their bit for those affected by cancer on Daffodil Day. More than 30,000 people will be diagnosed with cancer this year, and as cancer incidence grows so does demand on the Irish Cancer Society’s free national services – increasing the need for the business community and members of the public to support Daffodil Day. The overall target for Daffodil Day 2015 is €3.5 million.

More demand for services as cancer rates rise

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New statistics from the Irish Cancer Society have revealed 19 people are being diagnosed with cancer in Mayo every week and cancer rates have increased by four per cent over the last three years.

Cancer survivors from Mayo attend Irish Cancer Society conference

Record numbers of cancer survivors attended the recent Irish Cancer Society National Conference for Cancer Survivorship. To mark its 50th Anniversary, the Irish Cancer Society held a milestone conference entitled Living Well with Cancer, bringing together over 800 cancer survivors for the first time. Cancer Survivors from Mayo attended the conference alongside representatives from Mayo Cancer Support Association. The two-day event which took place in the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, was the largest event of its kind by the society, and was kindly supported by Roche.

Yourells team don their daffodils for Irish Cancer Society

Yourells Hair Salon on Eyre Street is supporting Daffodil Day tomorrow (Friday) by helping to raise vital funds for the Irish Cancer Society. The salon is donating €5 from every treatment on Daffodil Day to the charity to help support the cancer nursing services in the country.

Church Gate volunteers needed

The Irish Cancer Society is looking for church gate volunteers in Mayo to help raise money to maintain and develop its free nationwide nursing and cancer information services.

Daffodil Day

The Irish Cancer Society is reminding people in Mayo to save Friday March 25, the date for Daffodil Day activities.

Take a moment to smell the... daffodils

What a glorious week we’ve had. The sun has shone, there’s more good weather on the way, Ireland is one step closer to a Grand Slam, and we even had a day off! Despite everything it’s hard to complain.

Take a moment to smell the... daffodils

What a glorious week we’ve had. The sun has shone, there’s more good weather on the way, Ireland is one step closer to a Grand Slam, and we even had a day off! Despite everything it’s hard to complain.

 

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