The Department of Health is seeking the views of the public on cancer services and on priorities for a new Cancer Strategy. The Minister for Health, Leo Varadkar has committed to maintaining high standards of cancer care while emphasising the prevention of cancer and care for cancer survivors.
On Tuesday 11th of August, a who’s who of Irish sportspeople will be taking to the pitch at 6.30pm in Saint Conleth’s Park, Kildare for a celebrity hurling match in aid of the Irish Cancer Society to raise money for cancer research.
The Irish Cancer Society marked the relocation of its Daffodil Centre at the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin today with an event celebrating the volunteers, the hospital and sponsors KPMG.
For the first time ever bales of silage around the country are wrapped in pink – thanks to a quirky and innovative idea from ‘Pink Partner’ Dairygold to support the Irish Cancer Society’s work in breast cancer.
Living Life is a medically supervised exercise programme for people with secondary cancer. The programme is currently seeking applications from participants who would like to join the programme which is based in DCU Sport in Dublin.