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# cancer care

Last year
'Our child deserves to die at home': Family of boy with cancer told palliative care not available in their area
Tipperary TD Michael Lowry read out a letter in the Dáil from parents of a boy with terminal cancer.
Cancer patients advised not to ignore weight loss during treatment
A survey has shown that many people are not clear on the importance of nutritional care during cancer care.
All time
Oncologist warns Covid disruption to diagnoses could increase cancer mortality for next 10 years
Professor Seamus O’Reilly spoke of the need to hire more oncologist consultants.
Opinion: We need to listen to and support cancer patients during this pandemic
Conor O’Leary of Purple House Cancer Support Centre in Bray says cancer patients must be a priority for the government during Covid-19.
A cancer fundraising appeal by an Irish mother-of-three in Australia is going viral
Michelle Beck is from Sligo but lives in Sydney.
Irish study reveals role of genetic mutations in lung cancer treatment
The research will give a better understanding of how patients respond to a combination of treatments and will hopefully make lung cancer controllable in the future.