National Cancer Registry supports Daffodil Day 2014

Friday March 28th is Daffodil Day. Here is some information regarding how to support this important event.

The Irish Cancer Society strives to ensure that fewer people in Ireland get cancer, and that those that do so receive the best care, treatment, information and support. Their goals are to reduce the risk of cancer, improve lives, lead excellent collaborative research and inform and influence public policy. The National Cancer Registry strongly supports these goals and has, since its foundation, worked with the Irish Cancer Society to help achieve these goals.  We do this through activities such as providing information on cancer risks and trends, leading research on cancer causes, diagnosis, treatment and outcomes, and disseminating this information to the public, patient groups and policy makers.

Some of our most important research has been supported by funding raised by the Irish Cancer Society through Daffodil Day. These projects include:

We encourage people to visit the Irish Cancer Society website ( to find out more about how they can support Daffodil Day 2014.


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