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Date: 
18/09/2017

New Irish Cancer Society research offers hope for breast cancer patients resistant to treatment

Majella O’Donnell supports fight against breast cancer as she launches Society’s ‘Cups against cancer’ campaign

Date: 
14/09/2017

Fabulous Girls Only Weekend In aid of the Irish Cancer Society

Girls Only Please!  

Fabulous Girls Only Weekend In aid of the Irish Cancer Society

Date: 
13/09/2017

Irish Sporting Legends Raise €160,000 to Fund Irish Cancer Society Researchers

Hurling for Cancer Research 2017, a celebrity hurling match organised by legendary racehorse trainer Jim Bolger and Gold Cup winner and two-time National Hunt Champion jockey Davy Russell, has racked-up €160,000 for the Irish Cancer Society’s cancer research.

Date: 
06/09/2017

Today FM's Dare to Care campaign aims to raise €500,000 for people affected by cancer

Grab a Mate. Do a Dare. Fight Cancer

Today FM has launched its Dare to Care campaign in aid of the Irish Cancer Society. Now in its second year, Today FM along with their presenters and listeners is hoping to raise €500,000 in the fight against cancer.

Make Blood Cancer Visible
Date: 
04/09/2017

New campaign supported by Barry McGuigan launches to make people blood cancer aware

2 in 3 people in Ireland mistake blood cancer for skin cancer in new research to mark Blood Cancer Awareness Month

Irish Cancer Society
Date: 
04/09/2017

Irish Cancer Society Statement: Minister McGrath’s remarks on HPV Vaccination Programme

The Irish Cancer Society wishes to record its deep concern at Minister of State Finian McGrath’s comments in the Sunday Times regarding the HPV Vaccination Programme, and his subsequent statements on the matter, and we call on the Minister to publicly clarify his full and unequivocal supp

Irish Cancer Society research scholars Dr Conor Murphy and John Daly
Date: 
28/08/2017

Irish Cancer Society announces funding for major new cancer research scholarships

Researchers go ‘back to school’ in race to stop cancer

As students begin a new school term this week, the Irish Cancer Society has today announced funding for two new major cancer research scholarships, all made possible through the public’s generous support.

Worried woman looking at her skin in the mirror
Date: 
24/08/2017

Melanoma in Ireland at record high

Ireland has highest rate of deaths in Europe from aggressive skin cancer, but new treatment options provide hope for patients, public talk to hear

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