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  • 13/12/2017

    Pink Power Launched with IMNO

    Free Breast Health Assessment for all Members of the INMO Income Protection Scheme The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO), is launching, today, the second Free Breast Health Assessment initiative, under the banner of ‘Pink Power’, for members of its Income Protection Scheme. For males, the ‘Blue Power’ scheme, a Prostate assessment, will also be available. When ‘Pink Power’ was... View Article
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  • 03/11/2017

    Debenhams Think Pink

      Debenhams are supporting Breast Cancer Ireland once again this year with their Think Pink campaign in stores nationwide. In the past two years Debenhams have helped raise in excess of €75,000 to support our ongoing research and awareness campaigns nationally – Thank you for making a difference<

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  • 31/05/2016

    A special guest visits the M2M fundraisers

    We are delighted to partner with Kilmacud Glenalbyn sports centre for the Nissan Mizen 2 Malin challenge cycle the June Bank Holiday weekend….see if you can spot a special visitor today while guys were fundraising.
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  • 30/05/2016

    Ladbrokes Sallynoggin Raise €2,200 for Breast Cancer Ireland

    Well done to Ann Eble and the team in Ladbrokes Sallynoggin – who raised €2,200 for our research. Ann is pictured (on left) with Karen Noctor (on right) and from Breast Cancer Ireland; Prof Arnie Hill and Trudi Roche Breast Cancer Ireland’s Outreach nurse.  
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  • 03/05/2016

    Latest Breast Cancer Research from the UK

    The latest breast cancer research could lead to more personalised care for patients and help further understanding of the causes of the disease, scientists said. A study involving people from around the world has been hailed as giving a more complete picture of the changes in DNA in breast cancer, providing potential opportunities for new... View Article Read More
  • 28/04/2016

    Thank you to Loreto Wexford

    Amazing TY students Jordie Sheridan & Sinead Ronan-John did a parachute jump and raised €3,807 to support Breast Cancer Ireland’s ongoing research and awareness programmes nationally. Thanks to the girls for “taking the jump” and to all who donated.
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  • 22/02/2016

    Thank you…

    Breast Cancer Ireland would like to thank everyone who supported the Home Farm FC & BCI collection days on Grafton Street in December – raising €5,000 for Breast Cancer Ireland’s ongoing research efforts and our race for a cure. Pictured at the presentation : Eamon Mahon, Home Farm FC and Paul Gallagher (Breast Cancer Ireland... View Article