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Join us on Tuesday in Dublin for the next public talk in our series Decoding Cancer - Lung Cancer: Can Early Detection Save Lives?

Internally-renowned expert Professor John Field will answer this question by presenting findings on the latest research on lung cancer screening.

This event is free to attend in person, but registration is required: [ Eventbrite.ie Link ]. For anyone interested...
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Lung Cancer: Can Early Detection Save Lives?

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Irish Cancer Society
01/18/2017 at 15:39. Facebook
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01/18/2017 at 15:31. Facebook
If you or someone in your life undergoing chemotherapy need help getting to your hospital appointments, we can help.

Through the Irish Cancer Society's Volunteer Driver Service, patients can benefit from free lifts to treatment from our qualified volunteers.

To apply for the Volunteer Driver Service you must be referred by a healthcare professional (social worker or oncology nurse) in one...
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01/18/2017 at 09:46. Facebook
Congratulations to everyone who completed the 12 week We Can Quit smoking programme in Tallaght and Blubell! Everyone knows it's not easy giving up smoking, but you did it!

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We Can Quit is a free, 12 week-long programme where women support other women to give up smoking. To learn more about the programme, visit .

Local women quit smoking with help from 'We Can Quit Programme'

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Irish Cancer Society
01/17/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Pictured are the wonderful staff at Miss Designer Golf
and Eurostyle.

The staff at Miss Designer Golf fundraised €4,375 in support of people affected by breast cancer while the staff at Eurostyle managed to raise €5,754 in support of people affected by prostate cancer across Ireland.

From everyone here at the Irish Cancer Society a heartfelt thanks for all your fantastic support!
Irish Cancer Society
01/16/2017 at 17:23. Facebook
We Can Quit supports women to support other women to stop smoking.

It is a free, friendly and supportive 12 week programme for women to help you to quit smoking and stay quit for good. The programme offers free nicotine replacement therapy (NRT), a weekly smoking cessation group and one to one support.

There are a number of events scheduled to start this month, including two Information...
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Irish Cancer Society
01/16/2017 at 12:01. Facebook
Everything you ever wanted to know about cancer diets...

Naomi Elster, a writer and scientist with a PhD in cancer medicine at the Royal College of Surgeons (and previous recipient of Irish Cancer Society research funding) looks at so-called ‘miracle diets’ which claim to prevent or cure cancer.

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Everything you wanted to know about cancer diets | Life and style | The Guardian

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Irish Cancer Society
01/16/2017 at 09:31. Facebook
Calling all volunteers !

On January 21st, the Irish Cancer Society will be collecting funds in Argos stores to help fund our free cancer services.

Volunteers to help out in Leinster and Munster stores needed.

To sign up, please email corporate@irishcancer.ie

Sign up to volunteer for the Argos National Collection Day

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Irish Cancer Society
01/14/2017 at 12:01. Facebook
The Pink Ribbon Walk is a national voluntary movement with a big ambition – a world without breast cancer.

The 6th Annual Pink Ribbon Walk is taking place in Kinsale, Co. Cork on the 5th March 2017 at 12 noon.

For further information contact Mary Kirby O Donovan
on 086 3521860 or by email at marybmaryl@hotmail.com.
Irish Cancer Society
01/13/2017 at 09:31. Facebook
Calling all volunteers !

On January 21st, the Irish Cancer Society will be collecting funds in Argos stores to help fund our free cancer services.

Volunteers to help out in Leinster and Muster stores needed.

To sign up, please email corporate@irishcancer.ie

Sign up to volunteer for the Argos National Collection Day

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Researchers at University College Cork are looking for men to complete a short, 10 minute survey about awareness of cancer risk factors. The results of this study will help healthcare workers and policy makers develop better cancer awareness programmes for people in Ireland.

Please help them out by taking the survey today: [ Surveymonkey.com Link ].

Knowledge of cancer risk factors in Irish males. Survey

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Researchers at University College Cork are looking for men to complete a short, 10 minute survey about awareness of cancer risk factors. The results of this study will help healthcare workers and policy makers develop better cancer awareness programmes for people in Ireland.

Please help them by sharing the survey with the men in your lives today: [ Surveymonkey.com Link ].

Knowledge of cancer risk factors in Irish males. Survey

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Through our amazing volunteers, the Irish Cancer Society is in every community in Ireland working to Get Cancer and improve the quality of life of those affected by cancer.

Last year thousands of you donated your time by volunteering with the Irish Cancer Society. Without each and every one of you, we would not have made the progress we have made in the fight against cancer.

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Calling all volunteers !

On January 21st, the Irish Cancer Society will be collecting funds in Argos stores nationwide to help fund our free cancer services.

You can sign up here: [ Bit.ly Link ].

Alternatively you can email corporate@irishcancer.ie.

Sign up to volunteer for the Argos National Collection Day

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Calling all volunteers!

On January 21st, the Irish Cancer Society will be collecting funds in Argos stores nationwide to help fund our free cancer services.

To sign up, please email corporate@irishcancer.ie
Recent figures from the National Cancer Registry of Ireland show a 300% increase in liver cancer diagnoses in Ireland over the past 20 years.

Of those people diagnosed, less than 1 in 5 survive their disease for five years or more. In 2013, 306 people in Ireland died from liver cancer, compared an average of just 40 people per year in the late 1990s.

The Cancer Registry points to high...
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Check out this amazing post from our friends at Irish Blood Transfusion Service showing how valuable blood donors are.

Blood and platelet donors make a huge difference to the lives of others. Find out if you can give blood by taking a quick, 10 question eligibility quiz at [ Giveblood.ie Link ]

If you have any queries about donating blood, email info@ibts.ie or call the Irish Blood...
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Registration is now OPEN for the 2017 Moylagh JFK 50 Mile Challenge Set your NEW YEAR'S GOAL by signing up for the challenge, on 10th June 2017.

Proceeds go to the Irish Cancer Society and LARCC. Make a difference this year not only in your life but someone else's as well!

Register here: [ 50milechallenge.com Link ]