The Irish Cancer Society has said that cancer patients in need of a discretionary medical card are no clearer today as to whether they will get or retain a discretionary medical card while they are ill, following the publication of the Report of the Expert Panel on Medical Need for Medical Card E
The Irish Cancer Society has been awarded the prize for ‘Best Use of Social Media’ for its youth smoking prevention campaign X-HALE at the Irish Healthcare Awards 2014, which was held in the Shelbourne Hotel last night.
BT employees from across Ireland joined representatives from the Irish Cancer Society and Marie Curie yesterday at the Clyde Court Hotel, Dublin, to announce the results of the 2014 Great BT Charity Shops Challenge.
Waterways Ireland, Happenings and Balloonman.ie are behind an event on Saturday, 1st of November which will turn Dublin’s canal pink for one day only. Hundreds of pink balloons will adorn the locks along the canal filling it with colour and turning the city pink.
Breast cancer survivor Majella O'Donnell joined Pink Ribbon Walk Chairperson Penny McGowan today to celebrate raising One Million Euro to benefit the Irish Cancer Society’s Action Breast Cancer Programme.
The risk of breast cancer can be reduced by up to 42 per cent, according to the Irish Cancer Society. With the Society’s breast cancer campaign Paint it Pink now underway, the Society is calling on the public to make simple lifestyle changes which can help prevent breast cancer.