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Irish Cancer Society’s BREAST-PREDICT roll out national clinical study aimed at improving outcomes for breast cancer patients

To mark the launch of their new breast cancer campaign, Paint it Pink, the Irish Cancer Society has announced the roll-out of a national clinical study by its first Collaborative Cancer Research Centre, BREAST-PREDICT which is aimed at understanding how aspirin may improve outcomes in breast canc


Tobacco companies are the source of over 90% of smuggled tobacco in Ireland: Irish Cancer Society

The Irish Cancer Society has applauded the Revenue Commissioners for the drop in the rate of tobacco smuggling into Ireland but is expressing concern at the revealing statistics* that show that Big Tobacco is the source of 90 percent of cigarettes coming illegally into the country.


New Irish research sheds light on how aspirin works to reduce cancer deaths

Researchers funded by the Health Research Board and Irish Cancer Society have discovered that women who had been prescribed aspirin regularly before being diagnosed with breast cancer are less likely to have cancer that spread to the lymph-nodes than women who were not on prescription aspirin. 


Tobacco Industry Front Groups Leading the Lobby Against Plain Packs

The Irish Cancer Society says the Taoiseach must resist third-party lobbying on the introduction of standardised packaging of tobacco products.

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Ireland's first Cancer Week coming September 15-21 2014

The Irish Cancer Society and Trinity College Dublin have teamed up to hold Ireland’s first Cancer Week which will run from September 15th – 21st, 2014. The focus of the week is “Living with Cancer”.


Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!

In aid of the Irish Cancer Society

The annual Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Weekend takes place at the Celtic Ross Hotel, Rosscarbery this October 10th – 12th and the star attraction will be a cooking demonstration with Chef Clodagh McKenna.


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.


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