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Skin cancer rates set to double – time to protect yourself, says Minister
Skin cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Ireland, with around 13,000 new cases every year. Very worryingly, this number is projected to double by 2045. However, skin cancer is also one of the most preventable.
Walk in Pink for breast cancer research this Sunday
This Sunday, Mother’s Day, ‘Walk in Pink’ takes place for the National Breast Cancer Research Institute. The charity is asking everyone to help make a difference for the many Irish women suffering from breast cancer by taking part.
Breast Cancer Ireland reveals positive metastatic survival rate findings
New figures announced by Breast Cancer Ireland point to a substantial increase in survival rates beyond five years of those living with metastatic breast cancer, the most severe form of the disease, from 19% to 32%.
Cancer patient surgeon makes call for cancer centre for west and northwest region
A plastic surgeon in UHG who was diagnosed with cancer three years ago has said there is a need for greater urgency for a state of the art cancer centre in the region.
Supermac’s charity fundraiser to benefit NBCRI
Supermac’s is hosting its annual charity fundraiser on November 25 at the LoughRea Hotel & Spa and this year proceeds will be in aid of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute (NBCRI). In Ireland, one in seven women will develop breast cancer during their lifetime. It is the second most common cancer in Irish women after skin cancer and the most common cancer in women over 50.
New research shows cost is stopping people accessing essential health care for concerning lung cancer symptoms
According to new research, cost is the main barrier for people not attending their GP to get early lung cancer symptoms checked.
Swim in Pink for Breast Cancer Research
The National Breast Cancer Research Institute in association with Blackrock Swimwear, are asking as many people as possible to ‘Swim in Pink’ this Bank Holiday Monday, October 31 and help raise funds and awareness for breast cancer research during October, breast cancer awareness month.
In the pink at the g Hotel
The Pink Ladies Afternoon Tea is back this October at the g Hotel for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Annual ‘Living Well With and Beyond Cancer’ conference to take place in September
The Irish Cancer Society’s national conference ‘Living Well With and Beyond Cancer’ is taking place both in-person and online on Saturday, September 3 at the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin 4.