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  • News | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    93 Items per page 7 15 25 50 75 Dr Harry Comber retires as Director of the National Cancer Registry Friday May 23 2014 15 48 Dr Comber who has been Director of the National Cancer Registry since 1992 officially retires from his role on 6 th June but today 23 rd May is his last day in the office While at the Registry his work involved Read more Director Staff Significantly lower uptake of FIT screening for colorectal cancer in men Monday May 19 2014 11 24 Researchers at the Registry have carried out a systematic review and meta analysis of faecal immunochemical testing FIT for colorectal cancer screening Nick Clarke a Registry Read more Screening Men Registry researcher shortlisted for media fellowship Friday May 16 2014 14 58 Alison Pearce a researcher with the Registry has been shortlisted to become one of up to ten Read more Media World Ovarian Cancer Day Thursday May 8 2014 15 04 To do our part for World Ovarian Cancer Day we have put together some facts about ovarian cancer in Ireland Today May 8th is World Ovarian Cancer Day with the aim Read more Infographic Cancer in Ireland 1994 2011 Tuesday May 6 2014 12 58 The latest report from the National Cancer Registry shows that more than 19 000 invasive cancer cases were diagnosed on average each year in the period 2009 2011 with a lifetime Read more Annual report Incidence Mortality Survival Childhood Adolescents Review finds costs of cancer related premature mortality are rising Friday May 2 2014 15 40 A review of the premature mortality costs associated with cancer has found that these costs are substantial and Read more Burden of cancer Costs Mortality National Cancer Registry Board publishes strategic plan for 2013 2016 Thursday April 24 2014

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  • News | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Kelly to the Board of the National Cancer Registry Thursday April 24 2014 10 01 Dr Catherine M Kelly is a Consultant Oncologist at the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital Dublin and a Clinical Lecturer at University College Dublin UCD Dr Kelly is Chair of the All Ireland Cooperative Oncology Research Group ICORG Read more Increasing skin cancer Incidence in younger more affluent urban Irish populations Tuesday April 15 2014 15 57 A study recently published in the British Journal of Dermatology shows a rising incidence of non melanoma skin cancer NMSC the commonest cancer in white populations Read more Younger populations Urban Sunburn Quality of life in urban and rural settings Monday April 14 2014 14 21 In a study using registry data rural head and neck cancer survivors reported higher physical emotional and head and Read more Rural Urban Quality of Life Cancer survivors New study reveals the emotional impact of HPV testing for the follow up of abnormal cervical smears or treatment for CIN may be modest Monday April 7 2014 10 38 A new study recently published in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology by researchers Dr Read more HPV testing Cervical screening Emotional responses Latest trends in primary bone cancer published by the National Cancer Registry Tuesday April 1 2014 15 03 The latest trends report from the National Cancer Registry describes primary bone cancer incidence treatment mortality and survival Approximately 35 cases are diagnosed per Read more Primary bone cancer Incidence Survival National Cancer Registry supports Daffodil Day 2014 Friday March 28 2014 09 19 Friday Marcy 28 th is Daffodil Day The Irish Cancer Society strives to ensure that fewer people in Ireland get cancer and that those that do so receive the best care treatment information and support Their goals are to

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  • News | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting News Home About us News News NCRI Newsletter Contact us Complaints Access Officer What we do Governance Vacancies Our staff Links Tweets by IrishCancerReg Items per page 7 15 25 50 75 All Ireland Cancer Conference Friday October 17 2003 00 00 The National Cancer Registry Ireland and the Cork Cancer Research Centre in conjunction with the Ireland Northern Ireland National Cancer Institute Consortium will co host the All Ireland Cancer Conference in the Rochestown Park Hotel Read more Conference Europe against cancer have the targets been met in Ireland Friday August 1 2003 00 00 from 1 000 000 to 850 000 a 15 reduction by 2000 Although data are not yet available for some countries it is estimated that over 1000 000 people died of cancer in the EU in 2000 and that therefore the target as set out has not been Read more Lung cancer may soon be as common in women as in men Saturday March 1 2003 00 00 Figures soon to be released from the National Cancer Registry show a rapid increase in lung cancer in women in the

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  • News | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    as Director of the National Cancer Registry Friday May 23 2014 15 48 Dr Comber who has been Director of the National Cancer Registry since 1992 officially retires from his role on 6 th June but today 23 rd May is his last day in the office While at the Registry his work involved Read more Director Staff Significantly lower uptake of FIT screening for colorectal cancer in men Monday May 19 2014 11 24 Researchers at the Registry have carried out a systematic review and meta analysis of faecal immunochemical testing FIT for colorectal cancer screening Nick Clarke a Registry Read more Screening Men Registry researcher shortlisted for media fellowship Friday May 16 2014 14 58 Alison Pearce a researcher with the Registry has been shortlisted to become one of up to ten Read more Media World Ovarian Cancer Day Thursday May 8 2014 15 04 To do our part for World Ovarian Cancer Day we have put together some facts about ovarian cancer in Ireland Today May 8th is World Ovarian Cancer Day with the aim Read more Infographic Cancer in Ireland 1994 2011 Tuesday May 6 2014 12 58 The latest report from the National Cancer Registry shows that more than 19 000 invasive cancer cases were diagnosed on average each year in the period 2009 2011 with a lifetime Read more Annual report Incidence Mortality Survival Childhood Adolescents Review finds costs of cancer related premature mortality are rising Friday May 2 2014 15 40 A review of the premature mortality costs associated with cancer has found that these costs are substantial and Read more Burden of cancer Costs Mortality National Cancer Registry Board publishes strategic plan for 2013 2016 Thursday April 24 2014 13 18 The National Cancer Registry Board has published a broad and fresh

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  • Childhood | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Annual financial reports Cancer trends projections Statistical reports Cancer atlases Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations All Ireland cancer statistics Infographics Research Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team FAQs All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting Childhood Childhood Status message The text size have been saved as 100 The text size have been saved as 100 The text size have been saved as 93 Latest childhood cancer trends in Ireland Friday July 11 2014 14 27 The most recent trends report available from the National Cancer Registry is on childhood cancer The detailed report describes data on Read more Childhood Leukaemia Mortality rates Cancer in Ireland 1994 2011 Tuesday May 6 2014 12 58 The latest report from the National Cancer Registry shows that more than 19 000 invasive cancer cases were diagnosed on average each year in the period 2009 2011 with a lifetime Read more Annual report Incidence Mortality Survival Childhood Adolescents Cancer in Ireland 1994 2011 Annual report of the National Cancer Registry 2014 PDF The latest report from the National Cancer Registry shows that more than 19 000 invasive cancer cases were diagnosed on average each year in the period 2009 2011 with a lifetime Read more Cancer trends Hodgkin s lymphoma PDF This short report outlines data on Hodgkin s lymphoma in Ireland between 1994 and 2011 An average of 101 cases of was diagnosed per year during this period equating to an incidence rate of 2 5 cases per 100 000 per year Representing 16 of all Read more Irish childhood cancer survivors Wednesday August 3 2011 00 00 Children from deprived backgrounds have the

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  • Childhood | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    available from the National Cancer Registry is on childhood cancer The detailed report describes data on Read more Childhood Leukaemia Mortality rates Cancer in Ireland 1994 2011 Tuesday May 6 2014 12 58 The latest report from the National Cancer Registry shows that more than 19 000 invasive cancer cases were diagnosed on average each year in the period 2009 2011 with a lifetime Read more Annual report Incidence Mortality Survival Childhood Adolescents Cancer in Ireland 1994 2011 Annual report of the National Cancer Registry 2014 PDF The latest report from the National Cancer Registry shows that more than 19 000 invasive cancer cases were diagnosed on average each year in the period 2009 2011 with a lifetime Read more Cancer trends Hodgkin s lymphoma PDF This short report outlines data on Hodgkin s lymphoma in Ireland between 1994 and 2011 An average of 101 cases of was diagnosed per year during this period equating to an incidence rate of 2 5 cases per 100 000 per year Representing 16 of all Read more Irish childhood cancer survivors Wednesday August 3 2011 00 00 Children from deprived backgrounds have the same chance of surviving five years as children from advantaged

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  • Irish childhood cancer survivors | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Drogheda and Our Lady s Children s Hospital Crumlin shows that area of residence and socio economic background had little impact on five year survival of children of diagnosed with cancer in Ireland The study published in the European Journal of Cancer looked at region of residence and also at socio economic status to determine if children who lived further away from major treatment centres or children from more disadvantaged backgrounds were more likely to die before they reached the five year survival mark The National Cancer Registry has been registering patients with cancer including children since 1994 Data were analysed for cancers diagnosed between 1994 and 2005 Regional patterns of treatment were assessed to evaluate the impact of centralization of services The regions examined were Dublin North East Dublin Mid Leinster South and West based on the HSE administrative regions An index of deprivation using Census data on socio economic variables for small areas of residence was used to measure disadvantage Cancer in children is rare but seems to be on the increase although in part this may reflect improvements in diagnostic services In Ireland 1450 children aged 0 14 an average of 120 children per year were diagnosed with cancer during the study period The recorded incidence increased from 137 cases per million per year during 1994 97 to 158 per million during 2002 2005 This represents an average percentage increase of 1 5 per year similar to recent trends for Europe as a whole Many developed countries have reported increases in occurrence of childhood cancer The reasons why children get cancer are largely unknown many factors including environmental immunological or genetic may be operating both independently and together Survival from cancer is usually assessed at five years from diagnosis The overall five year survival for Irish children

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  • Cancer trends - Cancer in adolescents and young adults | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Statistical reports Cancer atlases Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations All Ireland cancer statistics Infographics Research Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team FAQs All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting Cancer trends Cancer in adolescents and young adults Home Publications Cancer trends projections Cancer trends Cancer in adolescents and young ad Annual financial reports Cancer trends projections Statistical reports Cancer atlases Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations All Ireland cancer statistics Infographics Publication date July 2010 Cancers All invasive Tags Young Adults Childhood Related staff Dr Sandra Deady Dr Harry Comber Retired Attachment Size Cancer trends no 4 Cancer in adolescents and young adults 191 56 KB This report contains data relating to cancer in adolescents and young adults in Ireland between 1994 and 2008 Cancer is uncommon in adolescents and young adults In 1994 2008 cancers in individuals aged 15 19 made up 0 4 of all registered cancers including non invasive types and 1 3 in those aged 20 24 Printer friendly version Building 6800 Cork Airport Business

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