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Subject: Cancer
Transforming the future for prostate cancer’ sets out five major goals that the Charity believe need to be achieved for people affected by prostate cancer by 2020. These goals will be reached when everyone concerned – people affected by the disease, charities, health professionals, the NHS,...
Subject: Cancer
Appraisal consultation document - Cetuximab for the treatment of recurrent and/or metastatic squamous cell cancer of the head and neck.To take part in the 'Cetuximab for the treatment of metastatic and/or recurrent squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck: appraisal consultation'
Subject: Cancer
Dietetics Rectal Tumours and Pressure Relief Physio and Pilates with Gynae Cancer PatientsPhysio Nordic Walking and Breast CancerNeuro RehabRelaxation and Lung Cancer Physio for a Haematology Exercise Scheme - Cancer Related Fatigue Strategies Physio Classes and Prostate CancerRehab - Malignant...
Subject: Cancer
This review aims to provide good quality, up-to-date biomedical evidence of the therapies available to women in Ireland to treat breast, cervical and ovarian cancer. This review summarises evidence from guidelines and high quality studies. It should be noted however that scientific evidence is not...
Subject: Cancer
The aim of this Cancer Strategy has been to review the existing range of preventive, treatment and palliative services relating to cancer in Ireland, and to set out the Ministerâ?Ts plans for their further development and improvement. This has been done in the context of the Health Strategy...
IPH responded to the Seanad Consultation Committee on the consultation topic ‘Changes in lifestyle can prevent approximately one third of cancers.  How does Government and Society respond to this challenge?’. Between 2010 and 2020 the total number of cancers in Ireland is projected...
The World Health Organization reports that overweight and obesity have reached epidemic proportions globally and estimates that approximately 1.6 billion adults and at least 20 million children under the age of five are overweight or obese. It is accepted that being overweight or obese increases...
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Subject: Cancer
The evaluation panel was very impressed with the excellent progress in the cancer control system in Ireland since the publication of â?oA Strategy for Cancer Control in Irelandâ? in 2006. P. 22-23 - In particular the National Cancer Strategy 2006 (rec. 3-5) made 3 specific recommendations aimed at...
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Subject: Cancer
This is the 22nd annual statistical report of the National Cancer Registry. This report summarises cancer incidence, mortality and survival in Ireland for the period 1994-2015, and provides projected estimates for incidence for the most recent three-year period: 2015-2017. Established risk factors...

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