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Cancer centre to be developed in the west in next decade, report indicates

A new report makes a compelling argument for the development of a “comprehensive cancer centre” in the west.

‘They guided me when I couldn’t see the path on my journey’

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therapist Nadine Dabbagh’s world as she knew it came crashing down just over two years ago when she was diagnosed with bowel cancer at just 29 years of age.

UHG cancer centre dealt with 43,000 referrals in one year

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More than 43,000 referrals were made to University Hospital Galway’s cancer centre last year.

Crowe warns against cuts to hospital services in new HSE plan

Concerns are mounting that the HSE Service Plan for the West will see numerous vital healthcare services cut, and a local councillor has called for opposition to any such move.

Daffadil Day hopes to raise €3.4m for cancer services 

Almost 1,500 people were diagnosed with cancer in Galway in 2010 - the latest year for which figures are available - according to the Irish Cancer Society.

Fears of non-payment of wages allayed by hospital management

Staff at St Luke’s Hospital were this week shocked and dismayed by a memo circulated by management, which insinuated that as a result of budget over-rides, staff wages may not be paid from October.

Third Dip in the Nip Launched

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The third ‘Dip in the Nip’ will take place on a beach in the northwest of Ireland on Saturday June 25. This innovative fundraiser was the brainchild of Sligo woman Máire Garvey, who came up with the idea of a small sponsored all-female skinny dip in 2009 in order to raise money for the Irish Cancer Society.

Third Dip in the Nip Launched

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The third ‘Dip in the Nip’ will take place on a beach in the northwest of Ireland on Saturday June 25. This innovative fundraiser was the brainchild of Sligo woman Máire Garvey, who came up with the idea of a small sponsored all-female skinny dip in 2009 in order to raise money for the Irish Cancer Society.

Conneely accuses UHG of using cancer funds to balance books

The chairperson of the HSE Regional Forum, Cllr Padraig Conneely, has called on the management of University Hospital Galway “to come clean” following allegations that €600,000 in cancer services funding had been used to balance the books.

Galway footballers and cancer charity join forces

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Galway footballers are backing efforts to promote cancer services in the west in a new deal to raise funds for both organisations.

 

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