june 2016

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St. James's Target Lung Cancer Appeal

St. James’s Hospital is a Cancer Centre of Excellence and is Ireland’s largest lung cancer referral centre with a long history in the treatment of lung cancer. St James’s Hospital is the largest comprehensive centre for the diagnosis and treatment of the disease in Ireland, both in terms of the number of patients and the complexity of disease treated. At St James’s, we diagnose and treat over 20% of all lung cancer patients in Ireland and carry out over 50% of all lung cancer patients’ surgeries.

Our Target Lung Cancer appeal is to raise vital funding for lung cancer patient support and research at St. James’s Hospital. These funds will be used to support world leading clinical research into lung cancer, and in particular pursue better diagnostic solutions that can lead to personalised cancer treatments for our patients.

Target Lung Cancer is the only campaign in Ireland solely dedicated to lung cancer. It is supported by a multi-disciplinary network at St. James’s Hospital and Trinity College Dublin including patients, oncologists, surgeons, pathologists, nurses, scientists and respiratory physicians.

If you want to read more about Target Lung Cancer or if you wish to make a donation, you will find more information on our website: http://www.supportstjames.ie/fundraising-appeals/target-lung-cancer/

Neven Maguire’s Food Festival for Target Lung Cancer

We are delighted that Neven Maguire, of the Award-Winning MacNean House & Restaurant, is the Ambassador for our Target Lung Cancer campaign.  He is holding a food festival this September in aid of our Target Lung Cancer appeal.

Whether you love your cooking or eating out – whatever form your love of food takes, why not come along to Neven’s Food Festival and watch as Neven prepares a three course meal.  Neven hosts a fantastic evening of food, chat and shares much of his expertise and passion for food with the audience.

It’s a great night out and it is made all the more special by the presence of the stall holders sharing their artisan foods and crafts, which make it all a very special night out.

Date:     Thursday 1st September 2016
Clontarf Castle, Dublin 3 
Doors open 6:30pm (demo starts at 8pm sharp)

Tickets can be booked online:

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