The Irish Sarcoma Group will hold their 5th meeting on Friday November 30th 2018 at the Gibson Hotel.
There will be a patient/family information day on the 29th. Programme and agenda will be posted here shortly.
Please Click link below to access the attached agenda for the Sacro Pelvic Tumor Study Group Meeting in Dublin on May 31st. Agenda SPT meeting Dublin 020318
The 4th Irish Sarcoma Group Meeting will be in partnership with our British counterpart (the British Sarcoma Group) on 27th & 28th February 2018.
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This will take place in Birmingham, U.K. The programme will focus on issues that face both our countries in trying to centralise services, optimise treatment and raise awareness. It promises to be an excellent meeting and will help further foster collaborative workings. Anyone with an interest in sarcoma is very welcome to attend and I would urge you all to submit abstracts for oral or poster presentation.
The third Irish Sarcoma Meeting will take place on 30th November 2016 at Gibson Hotel.
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The ISG’s Sarcoma information leaflet is available here.
ISG golfball Leaflet
The Second Irish Sarcoma Group Meeting will take place at the Gibson Hotel, Dublin on Thursday December 3rd 2015. This year the focus will be on gynaecological sarcomas, desmoids and the sarcomas that affect teenagers and young adults. The meeting will be open to all healthcare professionals from the island of Ireland who have a special interest in this rare group of cancers. The programme and how to register will be available shortly.
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The formation of the Irish Sarcoma Group and it’s website are finalists for an Irish Healthcare Centre Award.
The winners will be announced at a dinner in DunLaoghaire Yacht Club on March 27th 2015
HealthCare Award Finalists 2015
Sinead Quinn and Dr Charles Gillham, co-founder of the Irish Sarcoma Group, appeared on the Saturday Night Show on March 21st to help raise awareness about sarcomas, the importance of early diagnosis and what symptoms to look out for.
Ronan Clarke died almost one year after being diagnosed with sarcoma, a rare form of cancer. The Mayo man was known to many as a former presenter on the rural affairs programme, Ear to the Ground. In advance of World Cancer Day, Ronan’s wife Sinead and Dr. Charles Gillham join Damien OReilly in studio to raise awareness of sarcoma and to highlight an early detection message pertinent to all cancer types.
RTE Radio Countrywide 31st January 2015