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From today under 18s can no longer use sunbeds

Irish Cancer Society welcomes regulation of the sunbed industry


Irish Cancer Society tells Oireachtas Committee not to swallow the myth of Tobacco Tax and Smuggling

Society says the rate of illicit tobacco is dropping by 1% per year and is now at 11% according to the Revenue Commissioners 


Queen goes pink for the Irish Cancer Society's Action Breast Cancer

Majella O’Donnell supports Queen’s fund-raising initiative

One of Dublin’s leading hair salons is turning pink to raise funds for the Irish Cancer Society’s Action Breast Cancer, in a campaign that is being backed by Majella O’Donnell.

Screening Saves Lives

Support the Irish Cancer Society’s Campaign to extend Breast Cancer Screening to Women aged 65 to 69

The Irish Cancer Society is calling for support for its campaign to extend the free national breast cancer screening programme BreastCheck, to women aged 65 to 69 in 2015.


YouTube Video: Our work in 2013

We want you to know where your donated money is spent and what we do in the Irish Cancer Society. This short video gives you a run down on what your donation has helped us do in 2013.

X-HALE | Irish Cancer Society | Public online voting opens ahead of X-HALE Film Festival

Public online voting opens ahead of X-HALE Film Festival

Youth Groups call on public to support their film projects ahead of the Irish Cancer Society’s X-HALE Film Festival.

Audio: Kathleen O'Meara speaks to ABC in Australia about plain packaging

Audio: Kathleen O'Meara speaks to ABC in Australia about plain packaging

Ireland will become the first EU member state, and just the second country in the world after Australia, to introduce plain packaging legislation. Kathleen O'Meara, the Head of Advocacy and Communications with the Irish Cancer Society, spoke to Australian public broadcaster ABC about the news.


Landmark cabinet decision on plain packaging will protect young people from tobacco - Irish Cancer Society

Ten years on from the workplace smoking ban, new Bill will discourage young people becoming addicted to cigarettes which kill half of all long-term users

Melanoma in Ireland: More women get it but more men die from it

Irish Cancer Society and National Cancer Control Programme encourage men to start checking their skin today


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