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Runagh and Kate join Temple Street Hospital transplant celebrations

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A Mayo mum has said her family is “truly indebted” to the staff at Temple Street Children’s Hospital after her four-year-old daugther received a life changing kidney transplant there last year.

Charity concert at the Mullingar Arts Centre this August

On August 16 Mullingar Arts Centre will host a charity concert, Music from the Heart, in aid of the Evelina London Children’s Hospital.

Harbour Street man to compete in Euro Transplant Games

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Galway people take part in Transplant and Dialysis sports championships

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Two Galway people, Linda Waters and Zimele Brown of Athenry, will join the 34 athletes representing Ireland at the eigth European Transplant and Dialysis Sports Championships in Krakow, Poland, from Saturday August 16 to Saturday August 23.

Taoiseach opens refurbished and expanded renal dialysis unit

The Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, officially opened a newly refurbished and extended renal dialysis unit (RDU) at Mayo General Hospital on Monday.

Minister Ring welcomes progress on permanent dialysis unit in Mayo General Hospital

Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring has queried the up to date position in relation to the upgrading and expansion of the permanent dialysis unit in Mayo General Hospital.

Dialysis patients celebrate creativity

A SWALLOW'S Tale In A Thousand Skies, is an exhibition of “pictures, words and messin’” from dialysis patients and staff in Merlin Park University Hospital.

Harbour Street man to compete in World Transplant Games

A Mullingar man is to represent Ireland in the World Transplant Games in Durban, South Africa, which take place next week betweeen July 28 and August 4.

‘Getting a kidney transplant would be better than winning the Lotto’

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Joe Walls was in his late thirties when he started to get dizzy spells. He felt exhausted as well. He was doing a FAS course at the time and when he came home in the evening he would be “incredibly tired” and only able to “crash out in front of the television”.

€1.8 million renal dialysis unit for Mayo General

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has announced that Mayo General Hospital is to receive a renal dialysis unit at a cost of €1.8 million. This permanent unit will have the capacity to meet the needs of all County Mayo patients currently requiring dialysis and is expected to be completed in six months. The unit will also meet the expected demand for dialysis in the county over the medium term.


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