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The latest report published by the NCRI (see summary and pdf) on...Read more

“29% of cancer incidence in Ireland is attributable to 11 modifiable risk factors, including 13% attributable to smoking”: latest report from the National Cancer Registry
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  • This is the first analysis by the National Cancer Registry on the proportion of cancer cases attributable to modifiable risk factors and thus potentially preventable.
  • The report, published by the National Cancer Registry today, shows
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The Registry has published a trends report (number 27) on lung cancer addressing incidence, treatment, mortality and survival for this cancerRead more

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A new large population-based study finds that head and neck cancer patients who smoke at diagnosis have a significantly increased rate of death from cancer.Read more

To support World No Tobacco Day 2014, we have put together an infographic outlining some facts about tobacco consumption and cancer in Ireland.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

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