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Foundation hosts inaugural Gala Dinner in Christchurch Cathedral in aid of Lung Cancer

June 7, 2018
On Saturday, November 10th the Foundation will host its inaugural Gala dinner in Christchurch Cathedral in aid of Lung Cancer. Over 300 guests are expected to attend on the night which will be a Black Tie evening together with a very special live performance by Anuna, Ireland`s leading acappella vocal ensemble.   Bookings for tables
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James’s Team – VHI Women’s Mini Marathon, 3 June 18

We had a great turnout for the VHI Women's Mini Marathon this year with an estimated 160 fundraising on behalf of the hospital.   It was fantastic to see so many supporters including hospital staff, patients and their families and friends make the effort to participate in the event, and fundraise for the hospital. In
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Recent Awards for Lung Cancer group

May 31, 2018
Congratulations to Dr Martin Barr, from the Thoracic Oncology Research Group at St James’s Hospital & Trinity College Dublin, who was awarded the 2018 European Association for Cancer Research (EACR) Young Scientist Award (Senior Category) at the recent 54th IACR Annual Meeting in Dublin.   From left to right: Dr Martin Barr, Andrew Binns (EACR),
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Survey on Lung Cancer Awareness

May 24, 2018
We were delighted to welcome Transition Year student Mitchell Hurley, from Sutton Park School, to work with our Target Lung Cancer team / Thoracic Oncology Research Group recently for work experience. Mitchell created a Lung Cancer Awareness survey for his peers to provide an insight into what exactly young students know about lung cancer, their opinions
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Another busy year for Target Lung Cancer

April 26, 2018
2017 was a busy and successful year for the Thoracic Oncology Research Group and our Target Lung Cancer (TLC) campaign. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their donations to TLC and for events that took place across the country. We are looking forward to working with our patients and the
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Patient Story- Vivian Golding (Gynae Cancer)

April 18, 2018
Vivian’s Story Vivian grew up in Goldenbridge, close to St James's Hospital.  She emigrated to London, where she continued to live up until 2014.  In 2010, Vivian was diagnosed in London with Stage 1 uterine/womb cancer, and she had surgery to remove the cancer.  So Vivian carried on with her life, until in April 2014,
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Donate this Mother’s Day

March 6, 2018
For something different this Mother's Day, why not gift a donation to a special mother you know?   Mother's Day is fast approaching on 11 March!  This year we are asking you to consider making a donation to St James's Hospital as a Mother's Day gift.   Whether it's your own mam, your child's mam
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Small Grants Competition2016/2017

January 15, 2018
St James's Hospital Staff Members update us on what was purchased in their Small Grants Competition project/initiative and what benefit it brought to their patients, visitors and staff.   €50,000 was awarded to 43 successful initiatives in the Foundation’s 2016/2017 Small Grants Competition. The funds to provide these grants represent unsolicited general donations.   Through this
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€12,000 donated to the Gynae Cancer Care Lymphoedema Appeal

December 1, 2017
Susan Carry, patient at St James’s Hospital, worked alongside her employers and colleagues to fundraise for Gynae Cancer Care Lymphoedema Appeal. Susan tells her story here and how they did the fundraising.   ‘I was diagnosed with cervical cancer at the end of 2006. I had a complete hysterectomy with lymph node removal, followed by
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Christmas Cards for 2017

November 21, 2017
Our range of charity Christmas cards are now on sale. By purchasing these cards, you are supporting our homeless patients here at St James's Hospital.  This year, proceeds from sales of these cards will go to our Patient Support team who often need to provide new pyjamas and hygiene products for our homeless and vulnerable
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