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16/12/2013

Irish Cancer Society donates €250,000 to support bowel cancer screening in Galway and Roscommon

The Irish Cancer Society has donated €250,000 to Galway University Hospitals and Roscommon Hospital. The funding will be used to purchase equipment that will help develop colorectal symptomatic and screening services in the hospitals.
13/12/2013

Operating to the highest standards

The story currently running in the media about the Central Remedial Clinic has raised many concerns for the public about how charities are run and how donated money is spent.
03/12/2013

Irish Cancer Society donates €1 million to support bowel cancer screening

The Irish Cancer Society has donated €1 million to BowelScreen-The National Bowel Cancer Screening Programme.
02/12/2013

Charity top-ups: Questions & Answers

Q: Is the Irish Cancer Society one of those charities where senior executives are getting a so-called “top-up” to their salary?

27/11/2013

Women race to pay tribute to friend who died of brain cancer and raise almost €30K for Irish Cancer Society research grants

An inspiring group of 47 women self-titled the Rainbow Runners raced to the finish line at the Flora Women’s Mini Marathon this year to pay tribute to their dear friend Gayle Warnock, who died from an inoperable brain tumour in 2012 aged 38, and raised almost €30K for Irish Cancer Society Resea
Public meeting about melanoma takes place in Dublin this week
19/11/2013

Public meeting about melanoma takes place in Dublin this week

The Irish Melanoma Forum, in partnership with the Irish Cancer Society, is hosting a public meeting about melanoma at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Golden Lane, Dublin this Friday evening, November 22nd.

19/11/2013

Aine Lawlor: Facing Cancer Part 2 - extra footage

Extra interview footage from "Áine Lawlor: Facing Cancer", produced by stop.watch tv and screened on RTÉ One Television on November 7th and 14th, 2013.

Businesses are making a difference with the Irish Cancer Society
15/11/2013

Businesses are making a difference with the Irish Cancer Society

National Giving Week launched on the 11th of November and the Irish Cancer Society want to highlight our corporate partners who donate their time and money throughout the year to the national cancer care charity.

National Giving Week | The One Percent Difference
11/11/2013

Make a difference with the Irish Cancer Society during National Giving Week

As the One Percent Difference campaign launches National Giving Week from November 11th to 17th, the Irish Cancer Society asks you to donate 1% of your time or money to the national cancer care charity.

11/11/2013

Cancer Awareness & Information Evening

Where: Fota Island Resort, Cork

When: Wednesday 20th November, 2013

Time: 20:00 - 22:00

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