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A County Galway cancer researcher has received a prestigious award to develop new strategies to help improve treatments for patients with colon cancer.
The role of centres of excellence in treating cancer will feature during Ireland’s largest surgical conference to be held at NUI, Galway next month. Over 300 delegates are expected to attend the 37th Sir Peter Freyer Memorial Lecture and Surgical Symposium which takes place from 7- 8 September.
The recent announcement of 30 jobs at Delcath Systems is the first stage of a much larger plan for Galway according to local Labour TD Derek Nolan.
A home-based intervention developed by St James’s Hospital and the Regional Oncology Programme Office, Dublin, to help cancer survivors manage cancer related fatigue, one of the most common, distressing, and disabling difficulties people face after cancer treatment, has now been made available to patients by Roche Products (Ireland) Ltd in Mayo General Hospital.
A home-based intervention developed by St James’s Hospital and the Regional Oncology Programme Office, Dublin to help cancer survivors manage fatigue, one of the most common, distressing, and disabling difficulties people face after cancer treatment, has now been made available to patients by Roche Products (Ireland) Ltd in UHG, the Galway Clinic, and Portiuncula.
Yourells Hair Salon on Eyre Street is supporting Daffodil Day tomorrow (Friday) by helping to raise vital funds for the Irish Cancer Society. The salon is donating €5 from every treatment on Daffodil Day to the charity to help support the cancer nursing services in the country.
Every winter it is one of the main topics of conversation. “I had the flu all week.” I’ve a touch of it myself, I’m all blocked up” or “My son is off school with a high temperature”.
West of Ireland patients travelling to University Hospital Galway for cancer treatment can now do so in more comfort thanks to the purchase of a specially designed €240,000 bus.
A benefit night being held in the city tomorrow (Friday) aims to raise vital funds to finance a cancer treatment programme in Texas for a Galway based man.
A Mayo cancer patient who has been waiting months for vital surgery was devastated to learn this week that her wait will be increased by at least another month.