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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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Subject: Cancer
Around four in 10 cases of cancer could be prevented in the UK, largely through lifestyle changes. In addition, chemoprevention ???" the use of cancer-preventing drugs ???" has the potential to save many lives by stopping cancer developing in the first place. ??
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This National Cancer Strategy 2017 -2026 aims to meet the needs of cancer patients in Ireland for the next decade.??Rapid advances have been made in cancer diagnostics and treatments. The objective is to ensure that cancer services respond to both the challenges and the opportunities for future...
Subject: Cancer
Review of ‘A Strategy for Cancer Control in Ireland’. The review was led by Professor Pádraig Warde of the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto.  The evaluation panel was very impressed with the excellent progress in the cancer control system in Ireland since the publication of...
Subject: Cancer, Screening
Testing for high-risk human papillomavirus (HR-HPV) as triage and test of cure was introduced into the Northern Ireland Cervical Screening Programme on Monday 28 January 2013. This policy change will significantly alter the screening pathway for women with a mild dyskaryosis or borderline smear...
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...