Conference Events

Conference Events

Cancer Week Ireland | Monday 24 – Sunday 30 September 2018

11th International Symposium on Translational Research in Oncology

Clinical Cancer Research Trust present the 11th International Symposium on Translational Research in Oncology, Sept 27th-29th, Herbert Park Hotel. For cancer specialists. Chairs: Prof John Crown (Dublin); Prof Robert Kerbel (Toronto) and Prof Mario Sznol (Yale). 40 Speakers, including: Dr Richard Finn (UCLA); Dr Sara Hurvitz (UCLA); Dr Mark Pegram (Stanford) and Dr Cliona Rooney (Texas)....

Dare2Cure Sarcoma

Talk Title: Prospects for Improved Treatments in Sarcoma. A public talk, organised by the Clinical Cancer Research Trust and the Caroline Foundation. Event Chair: Prof John Crown Guest Speaker: Dr Gary Schwartz, Columbia University, New York....

Living with Cancer

The Annual Living with Cancer conference organized by the North East Cancer Research and Education Trust (NECRET) in conjunction with Drogheda Oncology and Hematology Unit will take place on Saturday 22 September 2018. This event a public information and support day for those living with cancer and their families/friends will take place in the City North Hotel, Gormanston, Drogheda and will start from 1.30pm....

Prostate Cancer Symposium 2018 for Medical Professionals

North East Cancer Research & Education Trust cordially invites you to support our Prostate Cancer Symposium 2018 for Medical Professionals. Speakers include: - Mr. Barry Jones Consultant Urologist, Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital Drogheda - Prof. John McCaffrey, Consultant Medical Oncologist, The Mater Hospital, Dublin - Professor Joe O’Sullivan, Consultant Oncologist, The Northern Ireland Cancer Centre, Belfast City Hospital - Dr Elaine Wallace, Consultant Physician in Palliative Care Dochas Centre, Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital Drogheda - Prof. Bryan Hennessy, Consultant Medical Oncologist, Beaumont Hospital and The Northeast Oncology Unit in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital Drogheda (pictured)....

Living Well With Cancer CORK – National Conference for Cancer Survivorship 2018

A conference for cancer survivors, those who care for them, health care professionals, staff and volunteers from community cancer support groups. The aim of the conference is to provide information and support to enable people to live well after a cancer diagnosis....

Living Well With Cancer GALWAY – National Conference for Cancer Survivorship 2018

A conference for cancer survivors, those who care for them, health care professionals, staff and volunteers from community cancer support groups. The aim of the conference is to provide information and support to enable people to live well after a cancer diagnosis....

Living with Secondary Cancer – What Happens Now That It’s Back?

A primary cancer is where a cancer starts. Sometimes cancer cells can break away from the primary cancer and settle and grow in another part of the body. This is called secondary cancer. This conference is for people living with secondary cancer and is supported by Novartis....

Living Well With Cancer: The National Conference for Cancer Survivorship 2017

A conference for cancer survivors, those who care for them, health care professionals, staff and volunteers from community cancer support groups. The conference will provide information and support to enable people to live well after a cancer diagnosis....

A Call for Action! Improving metastatic breast cancer care by 2025

As part of Cancer Week 2017, Pfizer Healthcare Ireland invites you to join Elaine Crowley (TV3) and Deirdre Clune M.E.P, among others, to hear about what actions can be taken to improve the outcomes and experiences of people with metastatic breast cancer. After the presentations, Elaine Crowley will facilitate a panel discusison, followed by Q&A. RSVPing to CallToActionmBC@edelman.com is essential and places are limited....

Cancer Research Frontiers

Public symposium “Cancer Research Frontiers” Trinity researchers will shed light on the latest developments in cancer research and potential outcomes for patients and will offer lab tours for behind-the-scenes look into research work....

Cancer Week Ireland is taking place from Monday 24 to Sunday 30 September and hopes to inspire every community to take part.

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