Survivorship After Childhood Cancer – The Way Forward (July 2018)

Over 100 people recently at Dublin Castle for the ‘survivorship after Childhood Cancer’ public meeting. The event jointly organised by CanCare4living and the Boyne Research Institute with support from the HSE’s National Cancer Control Programme (NCCP), brought together survivors of childhood and adolescent cancer, their families and friends as well as health care professionals, researchers…

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Survivorship After Childhood Cancer – ‘The Way Forward’, Saturday 7th July, 2018, Dublin Castle

  10:00hrs – 14:00hrs, Saturday 7th July 2018, Dublin Castle, followed by a complimentary guided tour of the historic Dublin Castle. CanCare4Living and the Boyne Research Institute, supported by the National Cancer Control Programme invite survivors of childhood and adolescent cancer, their families and friends, health care professionals, researchers and advocacy groups to join us in the historic…

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CanCare4Living Survivors Meeting Thursday 3 May, 2018 Talbot Hotel, Carlow

Treatment for cancer diagnosed during childhood or adolescence is now so successful that most children and adolescents will live long and fruitful lives. However, the treatments that produce a cure in most children can be harsh and may have serious health consequences for otherwise healthy organs. CanCare4Living and the Boyne Research Institute are sponsoring a…

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Ireland AM Interview – Getting the message out

Aoife Moggan and Patricia McColgan were interviewed on TV3’s Ireland AM show on Wednesday 25th April. Watch the interview on Facebook by clicking here. Thanks to the lovely people at TV3 for taking care of them and to Sinead O’Doherty at O’Doherty Communications for giving us this opportunity to get the message out #survivorservice #cureisnoteno

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CanCare4Living Survivors Meeting Tuesday 24 April, 2018 Harbour Hotel, Galway City

Treatment for cancer diagnosed during childhood or adolescence is now so successful that most children and adolescents will live long and fruitful lives. However, the treatments that produce a cure in most children can be harsh and may have serious health consequences for otherwise healthy organs. CanCare4Living and the Boyne Research Institute are sponsoring a…

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CanCare4Living Survivors Meeting Thursday 3 May, 2018 Talbot Hotel, Carlow

Treatment for cancer diagnosed during childhood or adolescence is now so successful that most children and adolescents will live long and fruitful lives. However, the treatments that produce a cure in most children can be harsh and may have serious health consequences for otherwise healthy organs. CanCare4Living and the Boyne Research Institute are sponsoring a…

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CanCare4Living Roadshow kicks off in Cork – Thursday 15 February 2018

CanCare4Living and the Boyne Research Institute were honored to host a SURVIVORSHIP MEETING in the Clayton Hotel Cork City on Thursday 15 February 2018 – International Childhood Cancer day. The purpose of this meeting was to raise awareness of late effects including both health effects and psychosocial consequences for survivors, to discuss long-term follow-up, and…

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