This report summarises trends in incidence, stage, treatment, mortality and survival for prostate cancer in Ireland. On average, 3,364 cases per year were diagnosed during 2012-2014. Following a period of sustained increase in incidence rates...Read more

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New research published by National Cancer Registry researchers has revealed that different factors influence men and women in their decision to take part in bowel cancer screening. Bowel cancer is the 3rd most commonly diagnosed cancer...Read more

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A new paper from the...Read more

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The National Cancer Registry, in conjunction with the Northern Ireland Cancer Registry has published a new paper from the...Read more

Study reveals that the role of healthcare providers and socio-economic status in survival of men with prostate cancer could give rise to concerns that warrant further investigation.Read more

Main findings from PiCTure study distributed to participants across IrelandRead more

Psychological and physical health & healthcare utilisation associated with whether men have a prostate specific antigen (PSA) test.Read more

Researchers at the Registry have carried out a systematic review and meta-analysis of faecal immunochemical testing (FIT) for colorectal cancer screening.Read more

Men who take aspirin before being diagnosed with prostate cancer have a lower risk of death.Read more


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