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New insight into the function of a gene important in the suppression of cancer was published this week published today, when esearchers at the National University of Ireland Galway have shown that the TP53 gene has even greater anti-cancer activity than previously thought.
Irish Cancer Society announces further investment in blood cancer research initiative being led by NUI Galway
The Irish Cancer Society has announced a further significant investment in blood cancer research that will benefit more patients across Ireland. The national cancer charity is committing €450,000 over the next five years to support the expansion of Blood Cancer Network Ireland, a new clinical research network for blood cancers, which is being led by NUI Galway.
A cancer researcher at NUI Galway has clinched a prestigious award for her groundbreaking work in the area of bowel cancer.
Breakthrough Cancer Research and the volunteers who ran the Malin to Mizen Horse and Carriage Drive have thanked the people of Galway for their support during the 441 mile journey.
The Malin to Mizen horse and carriage drive which aims to raise up to €80,000 for Breakthrough Cancer Research has over the last few days travelled the length of Ireland, stopping in Galway along the way.
Galway-based NUIG researcher Dr Eva Szegezdi was announced as a finalist at the Irish Cancer Society’s Researcher of the Year 2012, which took place at a special Celebration of Research night in Dublin last week.
Scientists at NUI Galway have discovered a new class of genes which could help to suppress tumour growth of breast cancer cells.
A public information evening focused on myeloma (bone marrow cancer) awareness will be held this Thursday June 25 in Tullamore.
Athlone graduate Dr Claire Donohoe has been awarded an Irish Cancer Society Research Scholarship Award for her research on the link between obesity and gastrointestinal cancers.