Cancer charity plans support centres

The Irish Cancer Society plans to open cancer support centres at hospitals throughout Ireland and has set ambitious funding targets under its new chairman, Bill McCabe.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
3rd January, 2009

The Irish Cancer Society plans to open cancer support centres at hospitals throughout Ireland and has set ambitious funding targets under its new chairman, Bill McCabe. McCabe, an entrepreneur and investor who is best known for running e-learning firm Smart Force, plans to use his business links to raise more funding from companies. He will also lobby the government for more public support and better services.

McCabe said the charity would open the first in...

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