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A new report makes a compelling argument for the development of a “comprehensive cancer centre” in the west.
Some 500 men have undergone a once off prostrate cancer treatment, involving the implantation of radiation seeds directly into the prostate as an alternative to conventional external beam radiotherapy and surgery, at Galway University Hospitals (GUH) since 2007.
The historian James Hardiman, in describing the Claddagh, said: “It is said that they considered it a kind of reproach either to speak English or to send their children to school, and that a schoolmaster among them would be considered a phenomenon; but of late there are some exceptions to this rule. How far education would make these people happier in themselves, or more useful members of society, is a matter of doubt, but it is certain that the trial has never been made, although a most respectable convent lies at the head of their village, to which they are liberal benefactors.”
Men can not afford to be embarrassed when it comes to issues in relation to their health, according to Professor Frank Sullivan, consultant radiation oncologist at University College Hospital Galway.
Galway footballers are backing efforts to promote cancer services in the west in a new deal to raise funds for both organisations.
UNCLE VANYA - Among the highlights of this year’s Galway Arts Festival so far was the visit of Bristol Old Vic and Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory with their wonderful co-production of Chekov’s Uncle Vanya.
Galway University Hospitals will host a prestigious international prostate cancer seminar tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday at the Radisson Hotel.
Multidisciplinary breast cancer care is the main theme of the second international breast cancer conference to be held at the Arts Millennium Building at NUI Galway on Thursday (today) and Friday.