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Croí, the heart and stroke charity, provides a vital accommodation service to the families of loved ones receiving heart or stroke care in Galway, recognising the important role loved ones play in a patient’s recovery.
A leading Haematologist at Galway University Hospital and the Advanced Therapies and Cancer Group at School of Medicine in NUI Galway are looking at improving health outcomes for patients with Mantle cell Lymphoma by conducting a clinical trial of a new treatment drug which aims to improve survival rates.
Proposals from the Dept of Health, seen by Senator Seán Kyne cast serious doubts on commitments regarding 200 in-patient beds and a new elective hospital in Merlin Park.
A Galway-based solicitor is calling on the Government to intervene and make provision so that Galway University Hospital immediately becomes Ireland’s centre for Covid using hyperbaric oxygenation.
As many as one in five people in Galway will have a stroke at some time in their lives. A stroke which is a ‘brain attack’ - is to the brain, what a heart attack is to the heart, says local heart & stroke charity Croi, ahead of World Stroke Day on Thursday October 29.
Galway needs to follow the example of Wales and decrease its speed limits for urban areas from 50km/h to 30km/h, that is the opinion of the chairperson of Galway Cycling Campaign, Kevin Jennings.
The lives of five people were saved in the city this week through the quick actions of the Galway RNLI Lifeboat crew.
Croí, the Heart and Stroke Charity, is thrilled to announce ‘My Summer Cycle for Croí’, taking place this August Bank Holiday weekend - your location, your route, your way!
Gardaí are investigating a fatal road traffic collision involving a car and a motorcycle that occurred on the N83 at Johnstown, Ballyhaunis, on Wednesday at approximately 3.35pm.
Dr Emer McGrath of NUI Galway has been awarded a clinician scientist fellowship as part of the Health Research Board (HRB) €3.7 million investment in 12 new health research fellowships. Dr McGrath was awarded €655,524 for her research into blood-based biomarkers for early detection of preclinical neurocognitive disorders.