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High cost stopping two-in-five people making doctor’s appointments, survey to launch Cancer Week Ireland finds
Ireland’s sporting stars to gather in St Conleth’s Park, Newbridge, on August 14th
Three time National Hunt Jockey Davy Russell has his sights set on victory of a different kind this August, as he limbers up to take to the pitch for Hurling for Cancer Research 2018.
Ensuring justice and non-discrimination must be at the centre of any decision to offer the HPV vaccine to boys, the Irish Cancer Society has said, as it welcomed the publication of a draft report into the matter today.
Vaccinating boys and girls is the best way to eliminate HPV-related cancers in Ireland
The Irish Cancer Society has welcomed the recommendation by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation in the UK to include boys in the HPV vaccination programme.
Move to primary HPV testing, with co-ordinated information campaign and increased resources, urgently required
€575,000 raised over seven years
Young people who smoke are much more likely to experience poorer mental health and engage in antisocial behaviour according to the Irish Cancer Society.
Sarcoma is very rare, and more research needs to be done to fully understand how these cancers develop and how best to diagnose and treat them.
There are two main types of Sarcoma: Bone Sarcoma and Soft tissue Sarcoma.
Dr Ciara Kelly is urging members of the public to join her and get active this July as she prepares to take on Marathon in a Month, Ireland’s only virtual marathon.
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