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International Clinical Trials Day

Wednesday 20th May is International Clinical Trials Day and ICORG will mark the occasion by highlighting the important work being done in the area of oncology clinical trials. As part of our work to support International Clinical Trials Day we are conducting research among people who have had cancer to understand perceptions of clinical trials.

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News

30 July 2015 | In News

Call for Greater Research for Pancreatic Cancer

“A terminally ill patient with pancreatic cancer has called for greater research and funding to improve survival rates in Ireland”

 

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24 July 2015 | In News

National Cancer Strategy for 2016-2025

Leo Varadkar TD, Minister for Health recently announced a public consultation on the development of a National Cancer Strategy for 2016-2025. The Department of Health is seeking the views of the public on cancer services and on priorities for a new cancer strategy. ICORG has welcomed the announcement and believe that Clinical Research has to be prioritised in the next Cancer Strategy. Through appropriate funding ICORG should be placed in a strong position to bring more new treatments to Irish cancer patients.

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26 June 2015 | In Events

ICORG Disease Site Specific Group Meeting - 26th June 2015

Dr Catherine Kelly and Professor Leonie Young

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19 June 2015 | In Events

5th Irish Next-Generation Sequencing Meeting - 26th June 2015

The 5th Irish Next-Generation Sequencing Meeting will take place on 26th June.

Venue: Tercentenary Hall and Knowledge Exchange, Level 2 of Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute (TBSI), Pearse Street, TCD, Dublin 2.

Please see flyer for further details.

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20 May 2015 | In News Events

ICORG Celebrates Clinical Trial Champions on International Clinical Trials Day

International Clinical Trials Day Highlights the Importance of Clinical Trials for the Future of Cancer Treatment. Check out our Press Release



 

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20 May 2015 | In News Events

International Clinical Trials Day 2015

Every year International Clinical Trials Day is marked around the world on or near the May 20th to celebrate the day that James Lind began his controlled trial comparing the different treatments for scurvy on the 20th May 1747.

Thanks to James Lind, carefully regulated Clinical Trials are the most effective way to establish which new treatments are beneficial for patients and improve their outcomes. International Clinical Trials Day provides a focal point to raise awareness of the importance of clinical research.

With Research Comes Hope


 

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20 March 2015 | In News

Breast Cancer Test (OncotypeDX)

News released today shows Breast Cancer Test - OncotypeDX - reduces the need for Chemotherapy.

ICORG was involved in this Global Clinical Trial associated with the development of this; nearly 700 Irish Patients took part at Hospitals throughout Ireland between 2007 - 2010.

Dr Janice Walshe was the Chief Investigator in Ireland. Click for the related news pieces on : RTE News and newstalk

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