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Saving Grace table quiz tonight

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A table quiz in aid of the Saving Grace campaign, which is raising funds for nine-year-old cancer sufferer Grace Kenneally, will take place in Crowe’s Bar, Bohermore, this evening.

Saving Grace New fundraising effort launched in fight for life

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A new fundraising campaign for nine-year-old Galway native Grace Kenneally to necessary treatment abroad has been launched.

New fundraising effort launched in fight for life

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A new fundraising campaign for nine-year-old Galway native Grace Kenneally to receive necessary life-saving treatment abroad has been launched.

A year of ‘kilometre a day’ swims comes to an end for grateful Athenry family

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At the start of last year, Athenry-based mathematics teacher, athlete and fundraiser John Cloonan pledged that to raise funds for Hand in Hand, he would swim one kilometre every day for a year.

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.

The Amazing Apples do it For Pete’s Sake

THE AMAZING Apples will play Kudos Nightclub in Keanes, Oranmore, on December 6 at 9pm, to raise funds for the For Pete’s Sake charity.

Cancer patient urges Health Minister to re-direct approved funding to US hospital

A father of three from Co Galway who has colon and liver cancer is appealing to the Government to give him the best chance of survival by allowing him to re-direct funding approved for his treatment from within the EU to a New York hospital.

Grace’s brave battle highlighted by Light It Up Gold

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month. We, a group of parents of St. John’s Ward, Crumlin Hospital, the only paediatric oncology ward in the country, have set up a campaign, Light It Up Gold, to raise awareness, for the 200 children diagnosed in Ireland each year, by lighting up buildings around the country gold and raising much needed funds to finish renovating St John’s Ward.

New mobile app will further improve appropriate antibiotic use

A new mobile app, launched at Galway University Hospitals this week, will further improve appropriate antibiotic use, according to Dr Pat Nash, the clinical director of the hospital group.

Care to Drive volunteers sought in Mayo

The Irish Cancer Society is seeking trustworthy and reliable volunteers in Mayo to provide cancer patients with safe, comfortable and confidential transport to and from University Hospital, Galway.

 

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