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Local men's and women’s health clinician, Aoife Ni Eochaidh, chartered physiotherapist, and Dr Audrey Kinahan, pharmacist, University Pharmacy, have announced details of an upcoming Looking Forward after Breast Cancer Surgery seminar.
The National Breast Cancer Research Institute together with Galway Racecourse announced yesterday that the recent ‘Race in Pink’ fundraising event hosted at Ballybrit on Sunday October 28 as part of the new three-day October Festival, raised a staggering €95,000 for the charity.
The Lodge at Ashford Castle in Co. Mayo will go pink once again on June 10th when the annual ‘Pink Afternoon' supporting Breast Cancer Research will take place.
Friends of Breast Cancer Research, Athlone - Dympna Cunniffe, Marion Donaghue, Katie Donaghue, Grainne McNeece, Tracey Staunton and Fiona O'Neill - recently held ‘Dare to Wear Pink Lunch by the Lake' at the Glasson Country House Hotel & Golf Club.
The Ardilaun Hotel, Taylor’s Hill will play host once again to this year’s Breast Cancer Research annual Valentine’s Ball on Saturday 17th February. The gala evening, which always marks the start of Galway’s social calendar, is one of the charity's major fundraising events and monies raised help to support the breast cancer research team lead by Prof. Michael Kerin based locally at the Lambe Institute, University Hospital, Galway.
As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, on Thursday October 12 Caprice Cafe will host a very special ‘Dine in Pink’ dinner in aid of Breast Cancer Research, to help raise funds in support of this Galway-based charity which funds a comprehensive breast cancer research programme at the Lambe Institute for Translation Research, NUI Galway, headed by Prof Michael Kerin.
World AIDS Day, taking place on Thursday December 1, is a day people all over the world come together to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS, encourage progress in prevention, treatment, and care, and break down the stigma and discrimination still surrounding the condition.
Casting for Recovery UK and Ireland is an unique fly fishing programme for women with breast cancer, and it held a weekend retreat at the Mount Falcon Estate at Ballina recently where nine woman joined the residential retreat to learn the basics of fly casting as well as attending counselling and medical support groups.
Scientists at NUI Galway have completed a research study funded by Breast Cancer Now that has begun to unravel why women with estrogen receptor positive breast cancer develop a resistance to endocrine treatment, and have found a potential new approach to overcome the problem.
University Hospital Galway is the first hospital in the country to host an inspiring exhibition which features the stories of 10 breast cancer survivors.