Services provided by the Irish Cancer Society
We are Ireland’s national cancer charity supporting all those affected by cancer with information, advice and support. We are the largest voluntary funder of cancer research in Ireland and is an advocate for cancer patients.
We are a voluntary organisation and receive less than 5% government funding. We rely on the generosity of the public for funding and we try to do as much as we can with the money people give us.
Our cancer support services
Our Cancer Support Department provides a range of cancer support services for people with cancer at home and in hospital including:
- Our Cancer Nurseline Freephone 1800 200 700. Call our Cancer Nurseline and speak to one of our cancer nurses for confidential advice, support and information.
- Our Daffodil Centres. Visit our Daffodil Centres, located in thirteen hospitals nationwide.
- Support in your area. We work with cancer support groups and centres across the country.
- Patient travel We provide practical and financial support for patients in need, undergoing cancer treatments.
- Night Nursing. We provide end-of-life care for cancer patients in their own home.
- Our publications and website information. Visit our website www.cancer.ie or call the Cancer Nurseline for a free copy of our publications.
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