Irish Cancer Society Collaborative Cancer Research Initiatives

Collaborative Cancer Research - We're Better Together

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.

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Blood Cancer Network Ireland (BCNI) will bring novel treatment options to Irish patients by establishing a national network for early phase clinical trials in blood cancers


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BREAST-PREDICT is working  towards a future where each breast cancer patient in Ireland will have treatment tailored to their individual cancer. This is called personalised medicine.


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The IPCOR - Irish Prostate Cancer Outcomes Research - study looks at ways to improve care and quality of life for prostate cancer patients and survivors in Ireland.


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Together with the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard School of Public Health we aim to make a lasting impact on the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer. Read more

A research initiative that is looking at developing personalised treatment options for patients with advanced prostate cancer read more.

Want to know more about Irish Cancer Society Collaborative Cancer Research Initiatives? Here are two videos that should be of interest.

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