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Ireland must take asthma more seriously - Asthma Society of Ireland marks milestone

The Asthma Society of Ireland marked its 50th year this week by bringing together champions of asthma care to reflect on the important contributions the organisation has made to Ireland, and to accelerate much-needed action on asthma.

Collaborative work of local patients and scientists highlighted in new RTE documentary

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RTÉ will broadcast a special documentary on Monday next shining a light on the lived experience of cancer patients, their contribution to research and the ongoing work of research centres that will shape how cancer will be treated in the future.

Plastic surgery and aesthetic treatments you can trust with The Kelly Clinic

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Located in the Bon Secours Hospital, Renmore, The Kelly Clinic is a consultant-led plastic surgery and aesthetic clinic.

Galway firm VERSONO Medical’s ground-breaking tech a success against vascular blockages

Galway-based VERSONO Medical is celebrating the success of a new pilot study which found its FastWire intravascular medical device to be hugely effective at enabling the treatment of the worst type of arterial blockages, reducing amputation in vulnerable patients threatened by sepsis caused by vascular disease.

Research shows over 5% of adults actively living with symptoms of long Covid - Naughten

Recently released polling data has found that more than one in every 20 adults in Ireland are actively living with self-reported symptoms of long Covid.

Winterproof your feet

If you are over 40 years old, do not ignore pain in your legs or feet while walking especially in cold weather.

Recognising the signs of Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias

Over 64,000 people in Ireland are currently living with dementia, with the numbers predicted to rise to 150,000 by 2050.

International advocacy honour for Croi CEO

The chief executive of the local heart and stroke charity, Croí has been awarded a prestigious European honour. Neil Johnson has been announced as the inaugural winner of a “Hall of Fame” award for his work in international patient advocacy and engagement.

Special screening of cancer survivors’ documentary to mark World Cancer Research Day

CÚRAM, the SFI Research Centre for Medical Devices at University of Galway, in collaboration with the National Breast Cancer Research Institute, will mark World Cancer Research Day next week with a special screening of the documentary ‘The People There to Catch Us’.

Westlife’s Shane Filan prepares to join cancer survivors at ‘Celebrate & Remember’ event

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Westlife’s Shane Filan will pay tribute to his late parents alongside thousands of people from across Ireland who have been affected by cancer at a moving event in the Aviva this September.


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