“The Irish Cancer Society Collaborative Cancer Research Centre BREAST-PREDICT will progress new, cutting edge and multi-disciplinary breast cancer research. We believe that this new research model is the way forward for cancer patients. BREAST-PREDICT allows the best of those working within cancer research in this country to share their talent, knowledge and information with each other.”
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“We now have a significant opportunity to unify the efforts of our national oncology clinical trials network with leading computational biologists, breast cancer clinicians, population scientists and translational researchers, in order to make a real and lasting impact on the lives of Irish breast cancer patients.”
“The Collaborative Cancer Research Centre is by far the biggest thing the Irish Cancer Society has ever done in the area of cancer research in Ireland. BREAST-PREDICT is the first in a series of such Centres that will lead large-scale international collaborative projects in the oncology area.”
“As a breast cancer survivor, I know how important breast cancer research is in offering improved treatments and outcomes for breast cancer patients. I believe in and am excited by this new Collaborative Cancer Research Centre as I see it as an opportunity for those working in research to work with those who are at the bedside, providing care and treatment to patients. Hopefully, by sharing their information and their skills, we will see advancements in breast cancer treatment.”
How can you help?
- BREAST-PREDICT is funded entirely on the proceeds of the Irish Cancer Society’s fundraising activities
- This new collaborative approach to research brings together world-renowned experts with different skill sets
- To accelerate the pace of scientific discovery and provide more treatment options for breast cancer patients, we need your help!
- Visit www.cancer.ie or call Mark Mellett, the Irish Cancer Society Head of Fundraising, on +353 (0)1 231 0500