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A local child who is battling a rare and aggressive cancer has just a four per cent chance of survival by availing of the treatment for the condition in this country.
A cancer researcher at NUI Galway has clinched a prestigious award for her groundbreaking work in the area of bowel cancer.
A major fundraising drive is under way to finance treatment abroad for a young city child who is suffering from a rare and aggressive childhood cancer.
A new fundraising campaign for nine-year-old Galway native Grace Kenneally to necessary treatment abroad has been launched.
puts its new Versa HD™ linear accelerator (linac) into clinical service this week, it will be Ireland’s first hospital to offer a form of advanced radiotherapy that can almost halve delivery times.
A table quiz will take place in Tom Sheridan's pub, Knocknacarra on Thursday next, January 23, in support of eight-year old Grace Kenneally from Tirellan Heights who is battling cancer for the third time.
A coffee morning which will take place at Tom Sheridan’s bar, Knocknacarra on Friday will support an eight-year-old city girl who is battling cancer for the third time.
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.
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.
Clare Garvey was stopped by a guard as she drove to Oughterard around 8.45am one morning at the end of July 2011.