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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.

Doctors looking at a lung x-ray

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.


Recent figures show clear stabilisation of prostate cancer rates

Irish Cancer Society calls on all men to get regular prostate check-ups with their GP

An Irish Cancer Society Night Nurse

Shortage of Irish Cancer Society Night Nurses in Wexford

Society launches urgent recruitment campaign for nurses throughout the county

Copper for Cancer

Tommy taps into new ‘Copper for Cancer’ fundraiser to help cancer patients and families

Businessman Bobby Kerr launched initiative which asks plumbers to donate scrap metal

Plumber Tommy Hughes from Dooradoyle, Limerick has tapped into a new fundraising idea, Copper for Cancer, which he believes could raise much needed funds to help people affected by cancer.

Spot pancreatic cancer early early

Irish Cancer Society calls for greater awareness of signs and symptoms this World Pancreatic Cancer Day

Early diagnosis crucial in the fight against this disease

Early diagnosis is key to ensuring more people survive pancreatic cancer, the Irish Cancer Society has said as the organisation marks World Pancreatic Cancer Day today.

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