This appeal is to raise vital funding to support our world leading clinical research into lung cancer, and improvements to patient care.
We want to make a major shift in our clinical care by developing a new form of space for patients which we will call the John Kirker Brain Disease Centre.
Anyone could get a serious burn injury. The National Burns Unit is investing further in its facilities, treatments and research for patients and requires donations.
The Brave appeal seeks donations for a programme of genetics research and genetics based diagnostics. Donations will support people who are also identified at high risk of hereditary breast cancer.
Our aim is to improve patient care using an integrated programme of clinical and laboratory research. Ireland has the highest incidence of ovarian, cervical and related cancers but survival rates are lower than the European average.
We need a €1.4m investment to purchase a new CT scanner to greatly enhance our ability to diagnose and treat cardiovascular disease as well as being able to take preventative screening.
GUIDE appeal for capital investment will enable the clinic to deliver its world class treatment for patients with HIV, STDs and infectious diseases, in a modern environment.
We need new funds to improve patient facilities, research facilities and develop our health education, particularly in relation to prostate cancer. St James’s is one of the major Rapid Access clinics for prostate cancer in the country.
Mercer’s Institute for Successful Ageing (MISA) promotes healthy and successful ageing as well as raising standards for the care of older people. The team at St James’s want to make Ireland one of the best places in the world to grow old.