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# oesophageal-cancer - Monday 19 February, 2018

Irish oesophageal cancer rates remain among the highest in Europe
# Lollipop Day
# Lollipop Day

Irish oesophageal cancer rates remain among the highest in Europe

Feb 19th 2018, 6:00 AM 15,517 Views 6 Comments

However, new data reveals high success rates in curative approaches to oesophageal cancer treatment. Lollipop Day takes place this week.

# oesophageal-cancer - Monday 27 February, 2017

Clinical trials and biobanks: Irish charities using new methods to fight cancer
# Lollipop Day
# Lollipop Day

Clinical trials and biobanks: Irish charities using new methods to fight cancer

Feb 27th 2017, 11:55 AM 8,764 Views 4 Comments

Rates of oesophageal cancer are much higher here than the European average, and the OCF wants to change that.

# oesophageal-cancer - Wednesday 18 January, 2017

Discovery from Irish researchers could pave way for new treatments for oesophageal cancer
# Stem Cells
# Stem Cells

Discovery from Irish researchers could pave way for new treatments for oesophageal cancer

Jan 18th 2017, 9:34 AM 13,108 Views 32 Comments

This form of cancer is often resistant to treatment, but researchers say they’ve found a new means to fight it.

# oesophageal-cancer - Monday 6 April, 2015

This woman is running 12 marathons to fight a cancer you've probably never heard of
# Inspirational
# Inspirational

This woman is running 12 marathons to fight a cancer you've probably never heard of

Apr 6th 2015, 10:30 AM 26,490 Views 9 Comments

About 400 people in Ireland are diagnosed with it every year.

# oesophageal-cancer - Monday 16 January, 2012

Fluorescent spray finds tiny signs of oesophageal cancer - UK scientists
# Cancer
# Cancer

Fluorescent spray finds tiny signs of oesophageal cancer - UK scientists

Jan 16th 2012, 11:07 AM 1,573 Views 3 Comments

A fluorescent dye sprayed onto the food pipe sticks to healthy cells but not cancerous or pre-cancerous ones – which could help detect the early signs of oesophageal cancer.