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International Clinical Trials Day – ‘Do nothing about me without me’

May 16, 2017

    The Wellcome – HRB Clinical Research Facility and the Trinity Translational Medicine Institute are celebrating International Clinical Trials Day by hosting a half day symposium on Public and Patient Involvement in Clinical Research.   The symposium is intended for clinician scientists and translational scientists wishing to learn about the practical steps required to ensure the
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Neven’s Food Festival 2016, raises over €20,000 for Target Lung Cancer

May 10, 2017

Neven’s Food Festival 2016, raises over €20,000 for Target Lung Cancer   We were delighted to welcome Neven Maguire back to St James’s Hospital. We had the opportunity to up-date him on our plans and developments for our Target Lung Cancer campaign, and our new ambition for a lung cancer institute.   Neven was at
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Gynae Cancer Care receives €60,000 towards new surgical equipment

May 9, 2017

Emer Casey Foundation Announces Donation of €60,000 to Gynae Cancer Care at St. James’s Hospital to celebrate World Ovarian Cancer Day   8TH May 2017: St. James’s Hospital and the Emer Casey Foundation today marked World Ovarian Cancer Day 2017, by celebrating the Emer Casey Foundation’s donation of €60,000 towards the purchase of much needed
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Small Grants Competition 2016/2017

March 9, 2017
€50,000 awarded in the Foundation’s 2016/2017 Small Grants Competition   43 successful initiatives will receive funding from St. James’s Hospital Foundation’s 2016/2017 Small Grants Competition. The funds to provide these grants represent unsolicited general donations.   Through this programme, now in its 11th year and which is open to all members of St James’s Hospital

Donegal Shines a Light on Lung Cancer

January 25, 2017
Thank you so much to Anne-Marie Baird and everyone involved in the "Donegal Shines a Light on Lung Cancer" fundraising event.   Anne-Marie presented a cheque recently to our Target Lung Cancer team for €2,548 from money raised at the event.   Donegal Shines a Light on Lung Cancer Event In November of 2016, supporters

Newly purchased equipment for Physiotherapy

January 18, 2017
Back in May 2016, almost 300 people took part in our inaugural “Wicklow Mountains Cycle Challenge” to help us raise funds for the Physiotherapy Department here in St James’s Hospital.   Thanks to the participants and our corporate partners, including Irish Pensions & Finance, Access Control Technology, WaterWipes, Skoda and SAR Group, we raised over

First gender neutral toilets at St James’s

Back in July 2016, almost 1000 people took to the cobblestones of Dublin 8 to “Run the Liberties” and help us raise funds for the GUIDe Clinic here at St James’s Hospital.   Thanks to their participation and the support of our partners; “Diageo”, “Momentum Support”, “Medserv” and “Lets’ Get Checked”, we raised a staggering

Donal walks over 5,000 miles for cancer

January 16, 2017
At 76 years of age, Donal Corcoran has no intention of hanging up his walking boots, despite having already  walked over 5,000 miles in Slovakia, Austria, Hungary, France, Croatia, Slovenia, Italy and Portugal and Spain.   The former teacher started his long distance walking in 2010 at the age of 70, by undertaking the project of walking 1000

Laya Healthcare Cork team raise €3,380 for Denis Burkitt Ward

December 20, 2016
Many thanks to the Laya healthcare team members in Cork who presented us with a cheque recently for €3,380 for the Denis Burkitt Ward here at St James's Hospital.   The team raised money for three causes through a dedicated Charity Day in October which totalled €5,070. This was fund-matched by the company, bringing the total raised

A busy year for Target Lung Cancer

2016 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 continued support and looking forward to working with our patients and the public in our new initiatives and fundraising events in the coming
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