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‘We know what needs to be done,now let's do it' - Irish Cancer Society responds to National Cancer Survivorship Needs Assessment

Speaking at the launch of the National Cancer Survivorship Needs Assessment, Averil Power, Chief Executive of the Irish Cancer Society, welcomed its recommendations and called for the Government to quickly put them into action. She said:


On a Tiger Roll: Davy Russell leads an all-star line-up as he seeks Hurling for Cancer Research glory

A galaxy of sports stars to line-out for Irish Cancer Society fundraiser on August 13 at St Conleth’s Park, Newbridge, Co Kildare.


Boots Ireland launch their annual Night Walks for Irish Cancer Society Night Nurses

Campaign ambassador Teresa Mannion, who has fought her own battle with cancer, highlights the impact of cancer on families and the need for support

People can support through joining walks in Dublin or Cork, or buying honour tags in any Boots store nationwide


Clonmel and Offaly groups big winners at 2019 X-HALE Youth Awards

Young people from across Ireland showcase short films encouraging each other to be smoke free

Clonmel Youth Training Centre and Offaly Traveller Movement Youth Project have been announced as the big winners of the Irish Cancer Society’s X-HALE Youth Awards 2019.

Irish dairy farmer with cow

More than one skin cancer death a week from the construction and farming sector

Irish Cancer Society teams up with the Irish Congress of Trade Unions to spread the SunSmart message this summer

SunSmart Code Ireland

Irish Cancer Society urges the public to be SunSmart as Met Éireann forecasts increased temperatures and a high UV Index

The Irish Cancer Society is urging the public to take measures to protect their skin, even if there is cloud cover, as Met Éireann predicts that temperatures are set to rise over the coming days.

Dingle Marathon runner Rosie Palmer

Breast cancer survivor running Dingle Marathon on behalf of Irish Cancer Society

Rosie Palmer is running the 2019 Dingle marathon on behalf of the Irish Cancer Society.

Rosie was first diagnosed with breast cancer in February 2013, just after her 37th birthday.

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