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# Cancer

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3,500 potentially avoidable cancer deaths could happen in England due to pandemic delays
US Supreme Court's Ruth Bader Ginsburg says her cancer has returned
Warning of premature cancer deaths over postponement of screening services
Cervical screening to resume next month - breast and bowel cancer screening to restart in September
Just 937 CervicalCheck tests and no BreastCheck exams were carried out in April
Breast, prostate, lung and skin cancer referrals drop by 25% in three months
Simon Harris confirms that all cancer screening services will resume by July
Woman who claimed Breastcheck was negligent in her screening loses High Court case
Doctors urge people with symptoms of cancer to make contact after 'worrying' drop in referrals
GPs urge patients to get persistent symptoms checked, and fear a 'tsunami' of non-Covid-19 illnesses
'This week I had to receive the results of my latest scan on my own'
Holly Kennedy
Daff Man has a brand new suit - but you might not get to see it out and about for a while
'The impact is massive on my family': Cancer patients seeking treatment abroad impacted by Covid19 crisis
Irish Cancer Society to fund remote counselling for people who can't have face-to-face sessions due to Covid-19
Former snooker star 'devastated' after being diagnosed with leukemia
Irish Cancer Society expects to take 'huge hit' financially after cancelling Daffodil Day
Cancer patient dies in Romania after being set on fire during surgery
Lorraine Walsh resigns from CervicalCheck steering group, says she doesn't have confidence in report
'We even lost our house': Cancer patients facing crippling costs of as much as €1,000 a month
'A kind heart': Former Emmerdale actress Leah Bracknell dies three years after cancer diagnosis
Patients with rare cancer say it's 'disgraceful' consultant role hasn't been filled for over two years
'It's not over until it's over': Mother-of-two says she will stay positive in the face of incurable cancer diagnosis
Irish men at higher risk of getting cancer and dying from it than women
Warrior Lealiifano poised to star in World Cup after overcoming leukaemia
Irish cancer survival rates jump among wealthy nations - but ovarian cancer remains a concern
Opinion: 'My name is Niall, I'm 32, and I have cancer. I never imagined saying those words'
Niall Keaney
People in richer countries more likely to die from cancer, says new study
Simon Harris to meet social media companies in a bid to make them do more to debunk vaccine myths
The emotional scars and the 'new normal' are the dirty little secrets of surviving cancer
Aoife Moggan
Minister: 'We need to start talking openly about fertility, sex and life in general post-cancer'
New test could make it easier to predict women's risk of developing cervical cancer
Explainer: The HPV vaccine is free for boys from next month - here's why that's important
The Taoiseach says he's eating less red meat to stay healthy - but is it healthier to do that?
Supreme Court agrees to hear appeal against judgement in Ruth Morrissey case
Ireland's first digital surgery unit opens at the Mater in a bid to improve cancer patient outcomes
Poll: Should herbicides that have been linked to cancer be banned in Ireland?
Comedian Brendan Grace receiving treatment for lung cancer
HPV: Major new study shows cancer-causing virus 'significantly reduced' after vaccine
Increase in colon cancer among younger adults in several countries including Ireland
'Raw and needless cruelty': CervicalCheck cases 'a no-win situation' for all involved