Over a third of Irish adults who are currently experiencing three or more symptoms of lung cancer are unconcerned about being diagnosed with the disease, according to the Irish Cancer Society who today launched new research around attitudes to lung cancer among the Irish public.
The Irish Cancer Society’s CEO John McCormack has decided to take a salary cut as part of the charity’s effort to find the funds necessary to maintain its Financial Support Programme for the families of children with cancer.
The Irish Cancer Society has announced that it is reversing its decision to discontinue financial support for the families of children with cancer. This fund for children will now be maintained and the financial support for families of children with cancer will now continue.
A number of Ireland’s leading health charities, campaigners and academics today launched the Health Reform Alliance, setting out a charter of five core principles that include a call for a universal, publicly funded, healthcare system.