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Mental health charity encourages people doing ‘Dry January’ to upgrade the challenge to ‘One Year No Beer’

National mental health charity Turn2Me is encouraging people doing ‘Dry January’ to upgrade the challenge to ‘One Year No Beer’ – a year of sobriety.

Living Well After A Cancer Diagnosis: Acknowledging World Cancer Day

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News of Cancer Care Centre for West welcomed by Prof Kerin

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A new Cancer Care Centre at University Hospital Galway, to be included in the HSE’s National Service Plan (NSP)next year has been welcomed by leading surgeon Prof Michael Kerin.

Saolta and GUH welcome news of elective hospital green light

The Saolta University Health Care Group and Galway University Hospitals (GUH) welcomed last evening's announcement of the progression of an elective hospital for the region.

New research shows Covid-19 and other concerns impacting access to healthcare

New research from Pfizer Healthcare Ireland confirms that lingering Covid-19 concerns are continuing to impact access to healthcare, which may have a longer-term impact on people’s health due to missed diagnoses.

Cancer patient surgeon makes call for cancer centre for west and northwest region

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A plastic surgeon in UHG who was diagnosed with cancer three years ago has said there is a need for greater urgency for a state of the art cancer centre in the region.

Irish Cancer Society proudly remembers cancer advocacy of late Vicky Phelan

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The Irish Cancer Society has remembered the life of Vicky Phelan upon her death this week, noting that the nation is “truly richer” for her contribution made to Irish life.

Supermac’s charity fundraiser to benefit NBCRI

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Supermac’s is hosting its annual charity fundraiser on November 25 at the LoughRea Hotel & Spa and this year proceeds will be in aid of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute (NBCRI). In Ireland, one in seven women will develop breast cancer during their lifetime. It is the second most common cancer in Irish women after skin cancer and the most common cancer in women over 50.

Consultants plead for infrastructure urgency in letter to public reps

Dear TD/Senator,

New research shows cost is stopping people accessing essential health care for concerning lung cancer symptoms

According to new research, cost is the main barrier for people not attending their GP to get early lung cancer symptoms checked.

 

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