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Young people from across Ireland showcase short films encouraging each other to be smoke free
Clonmel Youth Training Centre and Offaly Traveller Movement Youth Project have been announced as the big winners of the Irish Cancer Society’s X-HALE Youth Awards 2019.
The Irish Cancer Society is asking the people of Ireland how it can better help those affected by cancer.
The Irish Cancer Society is urging the public to take measures to protect their skin, even if there is cloud cover, as Met Éireann predicts that temperatures are set to rise over the coming days.
The Irish Cancer Society is proud to provide confidential and compassionate advice and support to LGBTI+ cancer patients and their loved ones across Ireland, it has said.
Rosie Palmer is running the 2019 Dingle marathon on behalf of the Irish Cancer Society.
Rosie was first diagnosed with breast cancer in February 2013, just after her 37th birthday.
Dubliner who almost lost left leg prepares for the challenge
The Irish Cancer Society has awarded journalist Sylvia Thompson the Global Lung Cancer Coalition (GLCC) journalist award for her coverage of lung cancer during the Society’s annual Lung Cancer Awareness Month.
Joint statement from Irish Cancer Society and Irish Heart on World No Tobacco Day: More action needed to help people quit smoking
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