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The extension of the BreastCheck screening programme - to include women aged 65 to 69 years - will improve survival rates from this the second most common cancer in the country, a local politician said this week.
Some 97 per cent of “urgent” patients are seen within 10 days at the symptomatic breast centre at University Hospital Galway.
A free informal health information evening focusing on breast and cervical cancers, two of the most prevalent affecting women, will take place on Tuesday night at 8pm upstairs at the West Wing restaurant, Galway Road, Tuam.
The Danish government has recently begun paying compensation to women who have developed breast cancer after long spells working nights following a ruling by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), an arm of the UN's World Health Organisation.
New research suggests that drinking three cups of tea a day might have beneficial effects on breast cancer risk, in particular among young women.
A breakthrough by NUI Galway based researchers could transform the face of breast cancer care.