Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
07/25/2017 at 11:38. Facebook
Sunsmart event happening in St Stephen’s Green right now. Drop by for your free UV damage assessment and some free sunscreen samples from our friends at LaRoche Posay
Sunsmart event happening in St Stephen’s Green right now Drop by for
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Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
07/25/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
Catching skin cancer early can save your life. A normal mole is usually an evenly coloured brown, tan or black spot on your skin. It can be flat or raised, and round or oval. Moles are usually less than the size of the top of a pencil. Once a mole appears it will usually stay the same size, shape and colour for many years, though they may fade away in older people. Most people have moles and... View more »
Catching skin cancer early can save your life A normal mole is

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Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
07/25/2017 at 08:23. Facebook
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in Ireland. Just over 10,000 new cases were diagnosed in this country in 2013. Most cases are caused by UV rays from the sun. Reduce your risk by following the SunSmart code from April to September when in Ireland--whatever the weather. Learn more:
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in Ireland Just over 10

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Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
07/25/2017 at 07:30. Facebook
Today we'll be in St. Stephen's Green in Dublin from 12 noon to 2pm along with our resident Skin Nerd, The Skin Nerd Jennifer Rock, to carry out free skin analysis to show the damage the sun does to people’s skin and provide advice to people about skin care and protection. There will also be free sun cream to those who need it.
[ Facebook.com Link ] If you're in the area drop by and take part... View more »
Today we'll be in St Stephen's Green in Dublin from 12 noon

SunSmart Event at St. Stephen's Green

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During the good weather this week, the Irish Cancer Society is reminding everyone not to let the Irish weather fool them and to protect their skin from sun damage, even when it gets cloudy!

On Tuesday (25 July), the Society will be in St. Stephen’s Green Park between 12pm and 2pm, just inside the entrance opposite Grafton Street.

The Society will be joined by award winning Beauty Therapist,... View more »
During the good weather this week the Irish Cancer Society is reminding

SunSmart Event at St. Stephen's Green

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Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
yesterday at 12:30. Facebook
Many skin changes are harmless but if you do have skin cancer spotting it early could save your life. Start by getting to know what is normal for your skin. Aim to check it every month and consider seeing your GP each year for a regular skin exam.

Check yourself regularly - remember, early detection and treatment offers an excellent chance of a cure.

- Examine yourself from head to toe every... View more »
Many skin changes are harmless but if you do have skin cancer

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Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
07/23/2017 at 10:30. Facebook
Meet Michelle, one of our sensational Irish Cancer Society-funded researchers working as part of our collaborative cancer research centre, Breast-Predict. Not only is Michelle working to stop cancer through her work in the lab, but she's also taken on the challenge of running 42km over the course of July as part of Marathon in a Month!

"We all know someone that has gone through or is... View more »
Meet Michelle one of our sensational Irish Cancer Society funded researchers working

Breast-Predict researcher Michelle Lowry

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Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
07/22/2017 at 11:00. Facebook
All about vitamin D: It's important for our bones, muscles, and teeth, and evidence is coming out that it may also reduce the risk of developing bowel and a few other cancers.

Sun exposure is the best, natural source of vitamin D but because the sun is also linked to skin cancer risk, it's important to balance your exposure to the sun with your need to produce vitamin D naturally from being... View more »
All about vitamin D: It's important for our bones muscles and teeth

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Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
07/21/2017 at 15:15. Facebook
Have you ever used any of our Cancer Prevention booklets? Your opinion counts!

At the Irish Cancer Society we aim to provide quality, practical support to people worried about cancer and would like to reduce their risk. In order to ensure that we are doing this, we would like to hear about your experience of reading our Cancer Prevention booklets.

Your voice is really important and your... View more »
Have you ever used any of our Cancer Prevention booklets Your opinion counts

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Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
07/21/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
The 15th Mac & Norman Vintage Rally will take place on Sunday the 13th of August in aid of The Irish Cancer Society.

The Vintage Rally will leave from Peter (Mac) yard in Brannockstown at 1pm and proceed from there into Kilcullen and finishing at the Priory (Walls of Kilgowan).

Registration on the day is €20 per vehicle. Music will then be on in main car park for about 2 hours followed by... View more »
The 15th Mac Norman Vintage Rally will take place on Sunday the

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Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
07/21/2017 at 10:15. Facebook
Your feelgood story of the day: Meet Fudge. Fudge is pawsitively delighted to be clocking up 42km with the help of his owners, as he becomes the first dog to take on the Marathon in a Month Challenge.

“I can easily do 42km as I walk two or three miles a day with my Mistress or Master, or sometimes their friends. My Mistress said I was her nurse/therapist and personal trainer when she was... View more »
Your feelgood story of the day: Meet Fudge Fudge is pawsitively delighted

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Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
07/20/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
We are currently seeking a full-time Fundraising Administrator on a 3 Month Fixed Term Contract.

You will assist in meeting the annual fundraising and regional income targets and keeping the expenditure within the annual budget.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please send curriculum vitae and cover letter including current remuneration package to: Katie Ni Dhonnacha,... View more »
We are currently seeking a full time Fundraising Administrator on a 3

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Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
07/20/2017 at 14:30. Facebook
You would think that after 5 years of continuously smashing expectations we'd cease to be amazed by everyone involved with the Moylagh JFK 50 Mile Challenge.

But once again they've stepped up to the challenge, faced it head on and outdone themselves.

The 6th annual Moylagh JFK 50 Mile challenge, which took place on June 11, smashed their fundraising target by raising €103,599 for cancer... View more »
You would think that after 5 years of continuously smashing expectations we'd

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Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
07/20/2017 at 13:55. Facebook
The Irish Cancer Society is very pleased to be featured as part of Irish Men's Sheds Association new website - a resource hub and support centre for men to discover more about their health and well-being and gain a better understanding of health issues common to their age group. Please take the time to share with the men in your life--husbands, partners, fathers, brothers, uncles, friends,... View more »
The Irish Cancer Society is very pleased to be featured as part

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Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
07/20/2017 at 11:50. Facebook
Vitamin D is important for the development of healthy bone, muscles and teeth, and may even help reduce the risk of bowel cancer and other cancers and may be linked to a number of other diseases.

Sun exposure is the best natural source of vitamin D but because UV exposure is also linked to skin cancer getting a balance between safe sun exposure and vitamin D production is important.

Our... View more »
Vitamin D is important for the development of healthy bone muscles and

SunSmart myth busting: I need to sunbathe to get vitamin D

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Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
07/20/2017 at 08:18. Facebook
Eumom.ie checked in with 5 of our amazing Marathon in a Month runners challenging themselves to take on a marathon over the month of July. Head on over and see how Beth, Jessica, Stephen, Niamh and Sarah are doing!
Eumom ie checked in with 5 of our amazing Marathon in a

Are You Taking Part In The #MarathonInAMonth?

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Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
07/19/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
Granted, it's hardly ideal drying weather out there today (Irish Summer RIP!) But you know what...that silage still needs cuttin.

So why not "Wrap It Pink" this silage season with Dairygold Pink Agri Stretch Silage Wrap. For every roll of pink wrap purchased, a donation will be made to The Irish Cancer Society.

This distinctive high quality, Irish made wrap is designed to create cancer... View more »
Granted it's hardly ideal drying weather out there today Irish Summer RIP

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Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society
07/18/2017 at 11:55. Facebook
Are sunbeds good for skin problems? Will they help acne? The Skin Nerd Jennifer Rock is back to debunk another myth around skin care, sun protection and sunbeds. Get the facts about sunbeds at [ Cancer.ie Link ].
Are sunbeds good for skin problems Will they help acne The Skin

SunSmart myth busting: Sunbeds are good for skin problems

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Calling all Volunteers – we need your help!

Argos are one of our amazing charity of the year partners. Argos employees have raised over €80,000 to help us fund our vital Daffodil Centre’s located in a number of hospitals throughout Ireland

On Saturday, July 22 Argos are allowing the Irish Cancer Society to collect money in each of their stores and we are looking for volunteers to lend us two... View more »
Calling all Volunteers – we need your help

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This summer our friends at La Roche-Posay are donating €1 to the Irish Cancer Society for every stickered Anthelios sun protection product sold. Available in store now. Learn more:
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This summer our friends at La Roche Posay are donating €1 to

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