The National Cancer Registry is running a recruitment campaign for a Head of Research & Analysis/Senior Lecturer UCC.

The successful candidate will play a key role within the NCRI, with responsibility for the overall strategic...Read more

Report Cover Metastatic breast cancer in Ireland: a National Cancer Registry analysis

The latest statistical report from the National Cancer Registry (NCRI) uses available data to estimate the overall risk and prevalence of distant metastatic disease in breast cancer patients. Metastases at diagnosis or subsequently are considered...Read more

The latest Annual Statistical Report from the National Cancer Registry (NCRI) focuses on the impact of age and stage at diagnosis on cancer outcomes. The report titled: Cancer in Ireland 1994 – 2021 is an analysis of nationally collated data...Read more

Ireland’s target date to eliminate cervical cancer is 2040.

The Minister for Health made the announcement on 17 November 2023 to mark Cervical...Read more

Childhood, Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer

This latest trends report on Childhood, Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer (AYA), published by the National Cancer Registry, is the first report of its kind to include cancers in those up to 24 years of age. The report highlights an increase in...Read more

We have partnered with Mediaplanet on their Innovations in Oncology campaign which launched today and aims to raise awareness about the latest advances in diagnosing and treating cancer in Ireland. This campaign looks at many of the exciting...Read more

Report Cover Preliminary data indicates COVID-19 disruption to cancer diagnoses continued in 2021

The National Cancer Registry Ireland (NCRI) has today published a report entitled: COVID-19 impact on cancer incidence in Ireland in 2021: a preliminary analysis.  These findings are based on registered and projected cancer cases in 2021...Read more


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