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# National Cancer Registry

Last year
People in Ireland's most deprived areas have higher risk of dying from cancer, report finds
All time
Number of people living after invasive cancer diagnosis exceeds 200,000 for the first time
Three out of 10 cancers in Ireland are 'potentially preventable through lifestyle changes'
Irish men at higher risk of getting cancer and dying from it than women
'Urgent action needed' as cancer rates projected to double in Ireland in the next 25 years
'We are facing into a cancer epidemic': More people are surviving, but diagnoses continue to rise
Cancer sufferers living in deprived areas 40% more likely to die
Good news as cancer rates among Irish men start to plateau
Lung cancer is killing 34% more Irish women than the EU average
Rates of breast cancer, invasive cervical cancer and prostate cancer are increasing in Ireland
Howlin scales back plans for abolition and merging of State agencies
Can an aspirin a day lower your cancer risk?
Cancer cases rise almost 50 per cent since the 1990s