“Death rates from cancer are higher in women in Ireland than in women in other European countries”.

 The Women’s Health Council and the National Cancer Registry today launched a report on “Women and Cancer 1994-2001”. ...Read more

The UK Office of National Statistics, in partnership with the Irish National Cancer Registry, the UK regional cancer registries and the vital statistics organisations in Ireland and the UK, has published today an atlas of cancer in Ireland...Read more

A new report launched today by Dr Elizabeth Keane, Chair, National Cancer Registry Board, at a press conference at 11.30 am, in the Merrion Hotel, Dublin, highlights a major increase in prostate cancer in Ireland in the last few years, with the...Read more

Death rates from cervical cancer in the Republic of Ireland exceed those in all other regions in Britain and Northern Ireland because there is no national screening programme, claims a new report published in the British Journal of Cancer* today...Read more

Data released today 26th October 2004 by the National Cancer Registry show that cancer survival is improving in Ireland for all of the major cancers. This new report was formally launched by Dr Elizabeth Keane, Chair, National Cancer...Read more

The Republic of Ireland's smoking ban should profoundly lower the rates of lung cancer, the country's leading cancer killer, a new report has claimed.  The ‘All Ireland Cancer Statistics Second Report 1998-2000’ says that prevention...Read more

A recent Eurobarometer survey has been quoted as showing that Ireland has the highest rate of cancer in the European Union. This report (Health, Food and Alcohol and Safety) was based on an opinion poll and shows much higher variation in cancer...Read more


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