PRESS RELEASE: Cancer Trials Ireland supports call for trial to open in Ireland to study the effectiveness of the drug Pembrolizumab to treat cervical cancer.
Just launched – the Innovation within Oncology campaign with a supplement in the Irish Independent which features patient advocate Eddie MacEoin who played a key role in our International Clinical Trials Day celebrations and some leading oncologists who are at the forefront of cancer trials in Ireland (Prof Bryan Hennessy, Prof Seamus Reilly, Prof Michael Dwyer, […]
To celebrate International Clinical Trials Day 2018 the Cancer Trials & Research Unit in Beaumont Hospital organised a quiz among visitors to the Oncology & Haematology Unit. It attracted 500 entries and the winner scooped an Arnotts shopping voucher. Pictured are members of the research team at the Research Unit including Research Nurses, Oncology Consultants, […]
Results of 15-year TAILORx cancer trial finds most women with early stage breast cancer can avoid chemotherapy
A nationwide survey of people living with cancer found that helping future patients by advancing research is as important a factor as potentially living longer and feeling better.
Speaking at our International Clinical Trials Day event, Clinical Lead, Prof Bryan Hennessy said that as a community we owe patients who take part in trials an immeasurable debt of gratitude.
Evelyn O’Rourke chairs an insightful discussion on what patients and clinical teams should ask each other about clinical trials.
Packing up! The countdown is on – 4 days to go to the launch of our annual Just Ask Your Doctor! public information campaign on International Clinical Trials Day. Watch for an event in your local hospital. International Clinical Trials Day celebrates the anniversary of the first clinical trial conducted by James Lind in 1747 […]
Draft materials Poster Blue May 2018 Pull up display 2017 with sponsors Top 10 Q & As Your Q & A Guide to taking part in a cancer trial Cancer Trials Ireland – Backgrounder; April 2018