Cancer survivorship

National Cancer Survivorship Needs Assessment
Report on unmet needs of cancer survivors

There are estimated to be over 200,000 people living with or beyond a diagnosis of cancer in Ireland in 2019. Cancer treatments such as surgery, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy may have a long-term impact on people’s health and result in day-to-...Read more

In collaboration with the Irish Cancer Society, the National Cancer Registry has released a new report entitled 'The Unmet Needs of Cancer Survivors in Ireland: A Scoping Review 2019'. See more details about the report...Read more

Today March 23rd is the Irish Cancer Society’s 31st annual Daffodil Day. The Irish Cancer Society, Ireland’s national cancer charity, strives to improve the lives of those affected by cancer by ensuring cancer...Read more

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Results of the CONCORD-3 study, to which NCRI contributed Irish data, are published in The Lancet today, presenting survival statistics based on patient records from 322 cancer registries in 71 countries and territories worldwide. Five-year...Read more

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The cancer survival statistics on the National Cancer Registry website have been updated to take into account 10 year survival and more recent years of incidence.Read more

Dr Alison Pearce has won a Best Poster Presentation Award at the Health Economics Study Group Winter Meeting 2016 (HESG) held in Manchester in January 2016. The award was given for Alison’s poster “Our...Read more

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Dr Alison Pearce has won a Young Investigator of the Year Award at the Annual Meeting on Supportive Care in Cancer, hosted by the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC) and the...Read more

Registry researchers will present on a diverse range of cancer research projects in oral and poster presentation formatRead more

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