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Irish Cancer Society 36m
Replying to @stdominicscabra
We hope you enjoyed Michael's presentation! Thank you again for your amazing support!💗
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Yum! Those look amazing! Thank you so much for your support and we hope you all had a fantastic day!💗
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Liam Gallagher 17h
As a taster of what is to come in which is taking place on World Cancer Day (4th Feb) in O'Reilly Hall, UCD - get a sense of the amazing experiences of last year's inaugural event! - Check Eventbrite for registration
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Irish Cancer Society 22h
Lung cancer signs may include trouble breathing, a long-term cough, wheezing, hoarse voice, coughing up bloody phlegm, difficulty swallowing, loss of appetite & weight loss. If you have any of the symptoms, get them checked out by your doctor. 👉
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Irish Cancer Society Jan 23
Patient advocates! Free tickets are available to the Irish Association for Cancer Researchers 2020 Conference. Submit applications to  by 31 January to be in with a chance to attend:
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Irish Cancer Society Jan 22
Our Nurseline is operating as usual once again, after some regrettable downtime today. We're very sorry if you had difficulty getting through. Contact an Irish Cancer Society nurse with your questions/concerns about cancer: Freephone 1800 200 700, Monday-Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm.
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Irish Cancer Society Jan 21
Be sure to come and see the brilliant Martin McDonnell on February 18th upstairs at , with special guests  . A charity gig in aid of Irish Cancer Society. Doors open 8pm. 🎙️ Tickets:
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Ann Dunne Jan 21
⁦Off to a great start, Course Facilitators training in the Irish Cancer Society offices for the new Level 4 Health & Well-being programme ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Irish Cancer Society Jan 21
📞❗ We are currently experiencing problems with our Cancer Nurseline 1800 200 700. Apologies to those of you trying to get through, we are working to resolve the problem. You can contact our Cancer Nurseline by e-mail cancernurseline@irishcancer.ie. 📞❗
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Michelle Lowry, PhD Jan 20
Join us on the 20 February for our Research Awards 2020! A fantastic evening to celebrate the work of our researchers, in the lab, clinic and elsewhere! Free registration at
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Irish Cancer Society Jan 20
Following on from our of cancer campaign, report in Sunday by Maeve Sheehan illustrates the levels being earned from car parking at hospitals. We want hospitals to and alleviate this burden for cancer patients.
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Irish Cancer Society Jan 20
Patient advocates! Free tickets are available to the Irish Association for Cancer Researchers 2020 Conference. Submit applications to  by 31 January to be in with a chance to attend:
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Irish Cancer Society Jan 20
📣 The Irish Cancer Society are looking for a part-time Assistant in Rathmines! Support the shop manager in all areas and gain valuable experience with one of Ireland's premier charitable orgs: Closes Thurs so apply now!⭐
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Chris Crockford Jan 20
Every year, the host its Research Awards at which we recognise our researchers' groundbreaking work. The 2020 awards will be held 20-Feb at the Richmond Education and Event Centre. Join us and celebrate Irish cancer research:
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The Boob Diaries Podcast Jan 19
A few years back, I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer.I kept an online blog during it and now I have started a podcast about my journey. Its available everywhere you can listen to podcasts and the first episode is live now:
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Irish Cancer Society Jan 20
Way to go Kate! Awesome hair! ❤️👏
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Michelle Lowry, PhD Jan 17
The Translational Research PhD Scholarship will launch later this month! Keep an eye out for announcements. In the meantime, get ahead of the crowd by checking out our previous application forms and applicant guidelines at
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Irish Cancer Society Jan 19
The signs of lung cancer are: • A cough that doesn’t go away • Feeling short of breath or wheezing • Repeated chest infections that won’t go away even after antibiotics awarenessmonth Don’t wait, get it checked out by your doctor.
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Irish Cancer Society Jan 19
📣 The Irish Cancer Society are looking for a part-time Assistant in Rathmines! Support the shop manager in all areas and gain valuable experience with one of Ireland's premier charitable orgs: Closes Thurs so apply now!
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Irish Cancer Society Jan 18
📣 a Patient Travel Administrator in our HQ in Dublin! Help administrate our driver service and coordinate financial support in one of Irelands leading charity orgs. Applications close *Tomorrow*. Apply today!
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