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# radiotherapy - Sunday 27 December, 2015

'Cancer doesn't discriminate': Young adults support each other after a diagnosis

“Regardless of your age, gender or creed, when it decides to take hold, life as you know it changes forever.”

# radiotherapy - Tuesday 3 June, 2014

Michael Noonan received treatment for skin cancer after finding lump

The Minister for Finance said he received five weeks radiotherapy and then had a sarcoma removed.

# radiotherapy - Thursday 19 September, 2013

Study confirms shorter radiotherapy course best option for women with breast cancer

Results from over four thousand women were studied as part of the landmark ‘START’ research in the UK.

# radiotherapy - Thursday 24 January, 2013

Not enough radiotherapy machines to meet Ireland's cancer needs - study

The Lancet study showed that there is a 4 per cent unmet need in Ireland.

# radiotherapy - Friday 2 November, 2012

Drug combination ‘shrinks’ secondary brain tumours in breast cancer patients

A ‘sizeable and increasing’ proportion of women with advanced breast cancer are developing secondary brain cancer.

# radiotherapy - Thursday 23 August, 2012

Radiotherapy may increase diabetes risk for some childhood cancer survivors

A new study shows that the tail of the pancreas is exposed to radiation, patients are significantly more likely to be diagnosed with diabetes later in life.

# radiotherapy - Monday 29 August, 2011

Cork girl, 4, to return home after successful cancer treatment

Megan Malone, who has been undergoing treatment for a rare form of brain tumour, will complete treatment tomorrow.

# radiotherapy - Friday 29 April, 2011

Cancer patients welcome the provision of a luxury bus in Sligo

The vehicle will give comfort to those travelling 380 kilometres between Sligo and Galway for treatment.