Our cancer research networks
The Irish Cancer Society is committed to establishing and supporting collaborative cancer research, bringing those across various experts fields working with people affected by cancer, scientists and population researchers together to increase the pace of discovery.
The Irish Cancer Society funds a number of collaborative cancer research programmes which focus on personalised cancer treatment. These initiatives are going beyond the laboratory to ask new questions and to look for answers that will ultimately save lives and lead to improved treatments.
Read more about our collaborative research targeting prostate, breast and blood cancers.
Our pilot health and wellbeing programme for women cancer survivors in Cork and Dublin
A country-wide collaboration between experts in the area of breast cancer research, funded by the Irish Cancer Society
IPCOR researchers collect data on clinical and patient-reported outcomes of hundreds of men who have been newly diagnosed with prostate cancer
BCNI gives blood cancer patients in Ireland the opportunity to be among the first in the world to test new, potentially life-changing treatments
For more information
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