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Date: 
11/04/2017

500 lives can be saved every year if Irish people make lifestyle changes and avail of bowel cancer screening

As many as 500 fewer people would die from bowel cancer in Ireland each year if the public took action by making changes to their lifestyle and availing of free bowel cancer screening services available to them, a leading bowel cancer expert will tell the public tonight (11/04).

2,500 people in Ireland are diagnosed with bowel cancer. 1,000 die from it. We want to stop this.
Date: 
31/03/2017

April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

Bowel cancer information and support is consistently the most sought after by the Irish public

Irish Cancer Society Colour Dash
Date: 
30/03/2017

Irish Cancer Society’s Colour Dash sponsored by Aldi is back!

A dash of colour in support of Ireland’s cancer patients: Irish Cancer Society’s Colour Dash sponsored by Aldi is back!

Date: 
29/03/2017

Irish Cancer Society welcomes announcement that standardised packaging of tobacco is due to come into force in September

The Irish Cancer Society has welcomed the announcement that the standardised packaging of tobacco is due to come into force in September of this year, following the signing of the commencement order today.

Date: 
20/03/2017

Independent News & Media supports the Irish Cancer Society’s 30th Daffodil Day

Independent News & Media, the leading newspaper and online news publisher, is showing its support for people affected by cancer by providing high-profile marketing support in the Irish Independent and on Independent.ie, worth tens of thousands of euro to the Irish Cancer Society’s Daffodil Da

Date: 
20/03/2017

30 years of cancer research in Ireland – 30 years of giving hope

From novel treatments to new ways to prevent and detect cancers, the impact of cancer research has seen more Irish people survive the disease than ever before.

In 1997, 4 in 10 Irish cancer patients were alive 5 years after their diagnosis.

Date: 
07/03/2017

Car parking charges continue to financially cripple cancer patients

Despite a petition of over 3,000 signatures and a national campaign in December, no hospital in Ireland has changed its parking pricing policy for cancer patients.

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