Cancer Trials Ireland calls for a €1 million fund to boost cancer trials
In its pre-Budget 2017 submission, Cancer Trials Ireland has called for the establishment of a €1 million fund to enable cancer specialists open more cancer trials in Ireland.
A study by the Medical Oncology Department at the Mater Hospital, Dublin, in association with Cancer Trials Ireland, has found that the biggest barrier to patients participating in cancer trials is the availability of suitable cancer trials.
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