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Pink Partners 2018
Date: 
18/09/2018

Norah Casey announces Irish Cancer Society’s Pink Partners

Think pink this October to support breast cancer patients

Leading Irish business woman Norah Casey was tickled pink as she announced the names of 8 Irish companies preparing to go pink this October to raise funds for the Irish Cancer Society.

Date: 
18/09/2018

Irish Cancer Society welcomes more girls getting the HPV vaccine

New uptake figures show importance of advocates like Laura Brennan and HPV Vaccination Alliance.

Irish Cancer Society logo
Date: 
12/09/2018

Irish Cancer Society reaction to Scally report

‘Dr Scally puts women affected at the heart of his report’

Irish Cancer Society CEO Averil Power, breast cancer researcher Kathleen Bennett, and Miriam O'Callaghan
Date: 
09/09/2018

Irish-based scientists find potential link between vitamin D use and increased breast cancer survival

Irish Cancer Society calls on public support as it launches ‘Cups Against Breast Cancer’ campaign in St Stephen’s Green

Make Blood Cancer Visible
Date: 
04/09/2018

New research to mark Blood Cancer Awareness Month reveals 29% of carers are spending the equivalent of an average working week or more to care for a loved one living with cancer

29% of people who care for a loved one with cancer do so for the equivalent of a full working week or more, with some people caring for more than 45 hours per week. Of these people, 22% are also working a paid full or part time role.

Photo of young man and pints of beer
Date: 
23/08/2018

Drinking from young age could increase the odds of aggressive prostate cancer in later life

Boys drinking alcohol in their mid-to-late teens may increase the odds of them developing aggressive prostate cancer in later life, research supported by the Irish Cancer Society has shown.

Public could be missing early cancer warning signs by not visiting their doctor sooner
Date: 
13/08/2018

Public could be missing early cancer warning signs by not visiting their doctor sooner

High cost stopping two-in-five people making doctor’s appointments, survey to launch Cancer Week Ireland finds

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