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  • 09/05/2017

    Breast Cancer Ireland Spring Raffle 2017 Winners

    Thank you to everyone who supported Breast Cancer Ireland’s Spring Raffle. The winners are as follows: 1st Place: Ticket Number – 480511 Elizabeth Smith Co Meath 2nd Place: Ticket Number – 323761 Mrs Catherine Toomey Co Clare 3rd Place: Ticket Number – 154951 Stella Morrissey Co Kilkenny  <

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  • 08/12/2016

    Donedeal donates €10,571 to Breast Cancer Ireland

    Ireland’s leading online classified website,, has raised a fantastic €31,714 through its most recent charity month initiative. The proceeds from the money raised over the month of November will go to Pieta House, Irish Premature Babies and Breast Cancer Ireland. So far in 2016, DoneDeal has donated a generous €238,456 to 18 charities across... View Article
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  • 07/10/2016

    Glanbia Pink Bales initiative raises €8,000 for Breast Cancer Ireland

    Breast Cancer Ireland is delighted to be the recipient of €8,000 raised through the “Pink Bale 2016” initiative by Glanbia Agribusiness which ran throughout the summer. Farmers around Ireland were encouraged to purchase the limited-edition bright pink silage wrap and for every roll purchased, a donation was made to Breast Cancer Ireland which was matched... View Article<

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  • 31/08/2016

    Great Pink Run 2016 – 6000 turn Phoenix Park Pink

    Over 6,000 men women and children, all donned in pink, crossed the starting line for Breast Cancer Ireland’s Great Pink Run with Avonmore Slimline Milk which took place in the Phoenix Park on Saturday, August 27th.  Now in its 6th year, Olympic silver medallist and 5000m world champion Sonia O’Sullivan, once again lead the 10K Challenge which was followed... View Article
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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