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Boots Announced as Main Sponsor for Daffodil Day 2018

Boots Ireland announced as official main sponsor of Daffodil Day 2018

Boots Ireland has today announced they are extending their support for the Irish Cancer Society by becoming the official main sponsor of Daffodil Day 2018. 

Cervical Cancer Prevention Week: Get screened. Prevent Cervical Cancer.

Cervical Screening Saves Lives

To mark European Cervical Cancer Prevention week, the Irish Cancer Society is urging women to ensure that they are up to date with their cervical cancer screening as it can save lives. Cervical cancer is the only gynaecological cancer that can be prevented by having regular smear tests.

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External Review of missed cancers in Wexford raises serious questions for Health Services

Reacting to Professor Robert Steele’s review of Safety Incident Management Report into missed cancers at Wexford General Hospital, the Irish Cancer Society has said that the review raises serious questions about how incidents are reported, why staff concerns weren’t acted on promptly, and how lon

Infographic: 12 ways to reduce your cancer risk

Healthy New Year’s resolutions can significantly reduce risk of cancer

The Irish Cancer Society is urging people to make simple lifestyle changes in 2018, as part of their New Year’s resolutions, to significantly lower their risk of cancer.


Irish Cancer Society announces new investment in cancer research leadership

The Irish Cancer Society has today announced a major investment to foster the growth of cancer research, which it hopes will significantly benefit people with cancer in Ireland.


Top honours for cancer researchers at Irish Cancer Society Research Awards

Congratulations to cancer researchers Michelle Lowry and Dr Naomi Walsh who went home with the top prizes at the 2017 Irish Cancer Society Research Awards.

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1 in 4 lung cancers are diagnosed via emergency presentation

New research shows too many cancers being diagnosed via emergency presentation and at a late stage

According to new research commissioned by the Irish Cancer Society 1 in 4 lung cancer cases are being diagnosed via emergency presentation.

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