Ireland’s third National Declutter Day takes place on Saturday 27th September 2014. As well as supporting your favourite charity and helping the environment, this unique event also promotes the many personal benefits of decluttering.
The Irish Cancer Society, with the help of some of Ireland’s sporting legends, today highlighted the importance of physical activity after a cancer diagnosis at the opening of the National Conference for Cancer Survivorship which is running this Friday and Saturday at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin.
Two important advances in the field of bowel cancer research were announced today by the Irish Cancer Society. The first advance is the discovery of biological markers (biomarkers) that are linked with poor survival in bowel 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
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.
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.