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St James Hospital (Ireland Day 5)
 
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Starring: Tyrconnell 7 & Physio friends Date: 7 May 2015 Video by: ClementLiew
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Trinity St. James’s Cancer Institute
 
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An overview of the Trinity St James's Cancer Institute - a comprehensive Cancer Institute developed by Ireland's leading university, Trinity College Dublin, and the Iargest university teaching hospital in Ireland, St. James's Hospital. The video features: Paul Browne, Director of Trinity St. James's Cancer Institute John O'Leary, Professor of Pathology Maeve Lowery, Professor of Translational Cancer Medicine Orla Shiels, Professor of Molecular Pathology
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The Patient Journey - Part 2
 
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This DVD is intended for patients and their families who have received a diagnosis of osophageal cancer. It is intended to inform them of the key elements in their treatment path. © 2009 Medical Illustration Unit, St. James Hospital, Dublin, Ireland.
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The Patient Journey - Part 1
 
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This DVD is intended for patients and their families who have received a diagnosis of osophageal cancer. It is intended to inform them of the key elements in their treatment path. © 2009 Medical Illustration Unit, St. James Hospital, Dublin, Ireland.
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MISA Choir & The Forget Me Nots Choir Recital (12/09/18)
 
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An afternoon recital by 'The MISA Choir' and 'The Forget Me Nots Choir' in St. James's Hospital, Dublin. They were joined by Dementia Under Stand Together, Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) and The Alzheimer Society of Ireland. The performance is part of a series of events organised by the hospital, DemPath and Creative Life, as part of World Alzheimer’s Month, an international campaign to raise dementia awareness and challenge stigma. Musical Director: Norah Walsh Accompanist: Emmet O'Connor #WorldAlzMonth
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The Ohio State Marching Band honors the new James Cancer Center.
 
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TBDBITL performs Script Ohio then honors the opening of the new Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute at The Ohio State University.
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Fintan's Wax Attack in aid of St James's Hospital
 
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On Saturday September 16th 2017, Fintan Cooney will be riding 750 kilometres from Paris2Nice to raise much needed funds for the fight against cancer at St. James's Hospital, Dublin. If you are in a position to make a donation, no matter how small, it would be hugely appreciated. You can donate here: https://paris-2-nice-2017.everydayhero.com/ie/fintan-cooney Huge thanks to Calme Health & Beauty, Dalkey Music: Sugar Zone - Silent partner
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Cancer Week 2015
 
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Irish Cancer Patients Are Among First in World to Receive Newest Cancer Drugs Thanks to Clinical Trials Importance of Clinical Trials and Cancer Research Highlighted at Launch of Cancer Week 2015 Monday 14th September 2015: The importance of access to clinical trials for cancer patients in Ireland was highlighted today at the launch of Cancer Week Ireland 2015 jointly organised by the Irish Cancer Society and Trinity College Dublin. It aims to highlight the issue of cancer and how more people are surviving the disease in a week long programme of events. It will also have a particular focus on how clinical trials and cancer research are making a real difference. Read more - http://www.tcd.ie/news_events/articles/importance-of-clinical-trials-and-cancer-research-highlighted-at-launch-of-cancer-week-2015/5937#.VflL_hFViko Speakers: Regius Professor of Physic & Professor of Haematology, Owen Smith Head of Research at the Irish Cancer society, Dr Robert O’Connor Professor John Reynolds, Professor of Surgery at Trinity College Dublin’s School of Medicine & Consultant at St James’s Hospital http://www.tcd.ie/
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St James  Hospital Accident and Emergency
 
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DRAMA OUTSIDE THE ST JAMES INFIRMARY UPDATE: Senior police officers from the Western Division have launched an investigation into a major brawl that broke out earlier tonight at the Accident and Emergency Department of the St James Infirmary. Initial reports stated that at about 7.30 pm there was a confrontation among a group of people, including two patients and relatives. The confrontation, police said, then escalated into a fight involving more than five people, among them two women. Police said they believe that the incident may have stemmed from a chopping incident earlier, but investigations are continuing. The brawl was captured on video and shared on social media. In the two-minute 43 second video, security guards could be seen trying to separate the combatants in the emergency area of the hospital several times. Each time they were taken outside the department, but each time the individual would break free of a guard and run back into the emergency area to rejoin the brawl. The assailants used equipment in the department, including a wheelchair and a dustbin, as weapons during the brawl. A patient in pampers and bandages was attacked and bleeding after the incident, although it is believed some of his injuries were sustained prior to the incident. The video ended with the incident still ongoing. Investigating officers were told that a team of police officers in a marked police vehicle were called in by hospital officials but when they responded, they left shortly after they were allegedly told that some of the people involved in the brawl were connected to a senior police officer. Police are calling on eyewitnesses to come forward and assist in their investigations.
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James hospital
 
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MyMyeloma.ie Professor Browne Dublin2010.wmv
 
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Professor Paul Browne is a Consultant Haematologist at St James's Hospital, Dublin Ireland. In this video, which was recorded at the launch of Myeloma Awareness Week 2010 in the Mansion House, Dublin, Professor Browne talks about Myeloma (bone marrow cancer) and the importance of supports like www.mymyeloma.ie.
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But for Ohio State
 
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Leslie Wexner and Limited Brands Foundation today announced one of the largest philanthropic gifts ever made to a public university. The $100 million commitment includes $65 million from Wexner and $35 million from Limited Brands Foundation. The gift will primarily benefit The Ohio State University Medical Center and The Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute. It will also benefit Ohio State's Wexner Center for the Arts and select other university initiatives.
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Silvin Knight - Irish Cancer Society Research Scholar
 
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Name: Silvin Knight Grant Award: Irish Cancer Society Research Scholarship Location: National Centre of Advanced Medical Imaging (CAMI), St. James's Hospital / Trinity College Dublin. Supervisor: Professor Andrew Fagan Cancer type: Prostate Cancer Scholarship title: Ultrafast dynamic contrast enhanced MRI using compressed sensing for improved prostate cancer diagnosis and staging 'By completing this PhD I like to think that I will have contributed to the development of a new diagnostic tool for detecting prostate cancer, a tool which may prove applicable to other cancer types in the future.'
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Irish Cancer Society research scholar Dr Conor Murphy
 
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Researcher Dr Conor Murphy has been awarded a research grant from the Irish Cancer Society for his project which will look at ways to treat cancer and survive and thrive after diagnosis. Based between UCD and St James’s Hospital, Dublin, Conor’s research will pioneer a personalised approach to dealing with the harsh effects of treatment which an oesophageal cancer patient can go through. Each year in Ireland almost 400 people are diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus (gullet). Approximately 1,000 people in Ireland are currently living with, or have survived, this cancer. For many oesophageal cancer patients, their treatment will involve the removal of all or part of their oesophagus. Such surgery can have a huge impact on a survivor’s quality of life long after the cancer has gone. In particular, digestive problems can lead to unwanted weight loss. Conor plans to set up a research clinic in St James's to aid people living with and beyond oesophageal cancer. He anticipates that the clinic will have important benefits for those involved, both physically and emotionally, and can establish a structure for survivorship care that in future can be applied to care post-treatment for a range of cancers where similar problems can arise.
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Home For Sale in Dublin Ohio (4BR, 3.5 BTH in Wellington Reserve for $675,850)
 
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This Home for Hope is located in the Popular Wellington Reserve Community in Dublin, Ohio and is now for sale for $675,850. 100% of the Proceeds for this home benefit The James Cancer Center!
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28 People, 1 Question - the Mater Hospital, Dublin
 
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On the eve of the opening of the new building at Mater Misericordia University Hospital in Dublin, and inspired by the series 'Fifty People, One Question' (which can be viewed here: http://YouTube.com/50People1Question) ....we asked 28 of the Mater staff to answer one question "What are you most looking forward to about the new building" We originally screened this video at the launch of the new facility on Friday 27th April 2012, which was attended by Minister for Health Dr. James Reilly T.D., so it also includes a brief history of the Mater - one of Ireland's key hospitals and one where medical history was made over and over again - and an introduction to the new build. If you want to dive straight into the staff responses they begin at 1:56 This short was shot and edited by Evan Flynn at itproductions (http://www.thatsit.ie) and the music used is Sunset by Evgeny Grinko (click here for more info on this track http://bit.ly/J6NC9R). Our thanks to all of the Mater staff who gave their time so generously to this project. To read more about the impressive new building at the Mater please visit http://www.mchd.ie
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RTE Concussion
 
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Extract from RTE documentary on Concussion conducted in the Clinical Research Facility in St. James's Hospital in Dublin.
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Decoding Cancer: HPV, Cancer and Vaccination – Time for a Reality Check
 
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The Irish Cancer Society's July Decoding Cancer talk, 'HPV, Cancer and Vaccination – Time for a Reality Check’ took place on Thursday, 27 July 2017 and featured Professor James Paul O’Neill, Professor of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, at the RCSI Education and Research Centre, Beaumont Hospital. A specialist in head and neck cancer, Prof O’Neill looked at the links between head and neck cancer and HPV, and identified methods of prevention such as the HPV vaccination, which is currently offered for free to first-year second-level schoolgirls under the HSE’s national vaccination programme. The Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is a common infection that most of us will get in our lives. While it is harmless for the majority, for some it can cause particular cancers, the most common and well known being cervical cancer. It is estimated that, each year in Ireland, around 420 people are diagnosed with cancers caused by HPV. Of those, 69 relate to cancers of the mouth and throat. Vaccination is the only way to prevent infection and hence is a vital tool in preventing HPV cancers. For more information about reducing your risk of cancer and the HPV vaccination, visit www.cancer.ie/hpv.
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St James Hospital
 
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Le directeur des immobilisations de l'hôpital St James de Dublin parle de son partenariat avec Camfil
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9th International Cancer Conference at Trinity College Dublin
 
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Interviews taken with national and international speakers at the 9th International Cancer Conference at Trinity College Dublin, a part of the inaugural Cancer Week Ireland. Speakers: Professor of Surgery John Reynolds, in the School of Medicine, Trinity, and Head of Surgery in St James’s Hospital Assistant Professor of Medicine, Dr Michaela Higgins, Harvard Medical School. Professor in Molecular Pathology, Orla Sheils, School of Medicine, Trinity and St James’s Hospital. Professor of Pathology, John O’Leary, in the School of Medicine, Trinity. Director of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), Dr Christopher P. Wild. Patient Support Services Manager, Olwyn Ryan, at the Irish Cancer Society. Regius Professor of Haematology at Trinity, Owen Smith and Consultant Paediatric Haematologist at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin. http://www.tcd.ie/ https://www.tcd.ie/news_events/articles/international-conference-highlights-cutting-edge-research-to-help-people-survive-cancer-in-the-21st-century/4917#.VBvVjSuitZ0
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Dr Maria Morrissey - Irish Cancer Society Research Fellowship 2013
 
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Name: Dr Maria Morrissey Grant Award: Irish Cancer Society Research Fellowship Location: Institute of Molecular Medicine, St. James's Hospital, Dublin 8. Mentor: Dr Jacinta O'Sullivan Cancer type: Oesophageal Cancer Fellowship title: Elucidating the crosstalk between oesophageal tumours and the immune response in patients receiving chemoradiation treatment: identification of novel prognostic markers and therapeutic strategies. 'I believe that elucidating the genetic basis dictating response to cancer therapy is of utmost importance for both patients and healthcare providers.'
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Dublin PubhD 24   Lung Cancer, Irish genetics & Samhain
 
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Martin Barr is a Clinical Scientist in the Thoracic Oncology Research Group, Institute of Molecular Medicine, St James’s Hospital & is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in Trinity College Dublin. Martin has dedicated his research on the study of lung cancer including the use of miRNA profiling and gene signatures as potential markers in the treatment of lung cancer patients. Must see! Edmund Gilbert is a third year PhD student at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. His PhD is on the subject of Irish population genetics and diversity, i.e. the how and why different regions in Ireland show different genetic profiles. His work involves studying the wider Irish population, as well as the Irish Travellers who are an interesting genetic isolate. Allison Galbari is a first-year PhD student at UCD, studying archaeology. Her research focuses on the origins of the festival of Samhain and its eventual evolution into Halloween. Due to the intangible nature of this festival, it is difficult to use traditional archaeological methods to conduct this study. By using folklore, we can get a better understanding of how people viewed the world around them, including archaeological sites. By utilizing the folklore, we will be able to track locations that were either directly associated with Samhain through oral tradition or locations that had significant Halloween traditions, suggesting a traditional importance.
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The Patient Journey - Part 4
 
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This DVD is intended for patients and their families who have received a diagnosis of osophageal cancer. It is intended to inform them of the key elements in their treatment path. © 2009 Medical Illustration Unit, St. James Hospital, Dublin, Ireland.
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The War Against Melanoma Foundation
 
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On August 17, Kirk and Lindsey Vidra organized the 4th annual War Against Melanoma Golf Outing for the WAM Foundation Fund for Melanoma Research at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center -- Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute. The event kicked off at 2:00 pm at Bent Tree Golf Course in Sunbury, Ohio followed by a dinner. An appearance by Brutus the Buckeye entertained kids and adults to get everyone excited out the Buckeyes and pumped about fighting melanoma skin cancer! As an awareness component of the event, Universal Dermatology and Vein Care from Dublin passed out cards for free skin checks, to all who participated. Kirk, a stage four melanoma survivor said he was incredibly thankful for his care at The James and this event was his small way of giving back. For more information visit: http://thewamfoundation.org/
Transforming Cancer Care in Ireland - the story of Ireland's National Cancer Strategy.
 
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Transforming Cancer Care in Ireland - the story of Ireland's National Cancer Strategy. Compiled for the World Leaders Cancer Summit, Dublin, Ireland, 2011.
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The Patient Journey - Part 3
 
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This DVD is intended for patients and their families who have received a diagnosis of osophageal cancer. It is intended to inform them of the key elements in their treatment path. © 2009 Medical Illustration Unit, St. James Hospital, Dublin, Ireland.
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Virginia Homes -Home For Hope CBS.wmv
 
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Home For Hope project in Dublin, Ohio. Benefitting the Arthur James Cancer Hospital and the Lance Armstrong Foundation.
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Tallaght Hospital   Staff Team
 
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Introducing the People Caring for People team in Tallaght Hospital
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Grogan's rose launch
 
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The Launch of Grogan's Rose, the Album by Teresa Flynn, September 30th 2012. The following is a message Teresa wrote before she sadly lost her battle with cancer on October 3rd of this year. THE STORY SO FAR... At Christmas 2010, without warning, aged 36, I was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer with a very poor prognosis. Thanks to the decisive action of the doctors at Tullamore and St James' Hospitals, my condition was diagnosed quickly, and necessary lifesaving procedures performed immediately. Since my illness was diagnosed, I have continued with treatment, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy. I have also been under the care of Offaly Palliative Care Team, my local GP and the local health care nurses. It has been tough, at times near impossible, but you just have to keep going. To some extent, having cancer gives you a second chance at life, and that's a gift. You reassess priorities, family, friends, things you always planned to do, but never found the time. I had always dreamt of recording an album. You hold in your hands 'Grogan's Rose', a compilation of music and songs, featuring the family and friends I hold so dear. These are the songs that made us laugh, and those that made us cry. In many ways it is the soundtrack to my ordinary, everyday life, my legacy. Each song is a reflection of the life we led, the good times shared, and the memories cherished. I dedicate this album to the future, with the hope that the past will never be forgotten. To anyone who finds themselves in a similar situation, remember, keep fighting, keep hoping, keep living. Thank you to everyone for their support throughout my illness and in the making of this album. The profits of all sales will be donated to Cancer Research Unit, St. James Hospital, Dublin, Oncology Unit, Tullamore General Hospital & St. Lukes Hospital. Teresa
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Trauma Care in Ireland - Prof. Des Winter
 
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Prof Des Winter - Clinical Associate Professor in Surgery at University College Dublin discusses Trauma Care in Ireland. St. Vincent's University Hospital - Trauma Symposium @SVUHTrauma - https://twitter.com/svuhtrauma http://svuhed.ie/trauma/ ---------------------------------- Music: Power at the Gym by HookSounds http://www.hooksounds.com/ Creative Commons — Attribution 4.0 International — CC BY 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/... Music provided by Music for Creators https://youtu.be/ceq3vxZxX0Q
Choir - St. James's Hospital
 
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I happened upon a fantastic choir singing a beautiful rendition of Oh Holy Night in St. James's Hospital, Dublin, Ireland EDIT: I subsequently found out the choir group are called The Park Singers.
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St  Lukes' Hospital Dublin   Oakland Lodge
 
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Uploaded as a thank you to all the staff in the hospital and the lodge and hopefully as a reference for anyone seeking information about St. Lukes' or the lodge.
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Phil Thompson wishes well to patient in Dublin hospital
 
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Phil Thompson wishes well to patient in st James hospital in Dublin,Ireland! Nice touch!
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Brian Fitzgerald, CEO of St. James's Hospital - Connected Health
 
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Brian Fitzgerald, CEO of St. James's Hospital speaks about the Hospitals involvement on the Connected Health Programme with The Digital Hub. Connected Health is a joint initiative between the Digital Hub Development Agency (DHDA) and St. James's Hospital, Dublin to support digital technology companies to develop solutions to common healthcare challenges. Read more about Connected Health at The Digital Hub's website at:http://www.thedigitalhub.com/move-to-the-hub/connected-health/1199
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Mater Misericordiae University Hospital
 
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This youtube channel shows video content from the Surgical Grand Rounds of the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital. This is a weekly surgical clinical conference detailing the work and care of the surgical department in this Dublin hospital. The hospital itself has been continually open on the same site looking after its patients from its local catchment area as well as nationally for over 150 years. The "university" in its title is University College Dublin, Ireland's largest university as well as largest medical school.
2013 Celebration for Life
 
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Thank you for your generous support of the 12th Annual Celebration for Life! This year's event benefited the James Fund for Life, an annual fund supporting the Technology Acquisition Fund at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center -- Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC -- James). The Technology Acquisition Fund will purchase new equipment for the new James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute, opening in 2014. Announced at this year's event, the Ed Razek Fund at the OSUCCC -- James was created to honor our 2013 Celebration for Life honorary chair, Ed Razek. Ed's friends and colleagues came together to raise significant dollars to create and deploy an information technology platform at The James which will match patients at comprehensive cancer centers around the country with clinical trials available right here at Ohio State. We are excited to announce that together we have raised $2.3 million dollars in support of the OSUCCC -- James! This brings our total dollars raised since 2002 to more than $12.5 million. Your generosity is helping the many doctors, researchers and caregivers at The James realize our vision of a cancer-free world.
Irish Cancer Society announces funding for major new cancer research scholarships
 
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Researchers go ‘back to school’ in race to stop cancer As students begin a new school term this week, the Irish Cancer Society has today announced funding for two new major cancer research scholarships, all made possible through the public’s generous support. Researchers Dr Conor Murphy and John Daly have been awarded grants for their projects which will look at ways to treat cancer and survive and thrive after diagnosis. Based in NUI Galway, John’s research will search for a new, better way to treat multiple myeloma, a form of blood cancer. Each year in Ireland approximately 250 people are diagnosed with multiple myeloma and 170 people die from the disease. For a cancer patient, doctors use the patient’s Natural Killer (NK) cells to often destroy cancerous cells in the body, aiding recovery. However, for Multiple Myeloma patients, the cancerous cells are a lot harder to spot. This means that it’s a lot harder for NK cells to kill cancerous cells. John’s research aims to make the NK cells more powerful and effective in killing these multiple myeloma cells. He’ll aim to do this by changing the way in which these NK cells detect multiple myeloma cells, and making them more effective at killing these cancerous cells. The results of John’s project will give researchers more knowledge of how multiple myeloma cells interact with our immune systems, and has the potential to lead to clinical trials with patients. Based between UCD and St James’s Hospital, Dublin, Conor’s research will pioneer a personalised approach to dealing with the harsh effects of treatment which an oesophageal cancer patient can go through. Each year in Ireland almost 400 people are diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus (gullet). Approximately 1,000 people in Ireland are currently living with, or have survived, this cancer. For many oesophageal cancer patients, their treatment will involve the removal of all or part of their oesophagus. Such surgery can have a huge impact on a survivor’s quality of life long after the cancer has gone. In particular, digestive problems can lead to unwanted weight loss. Conor plans to set up a research clinic in St James's to aid people living with and beyond oesophageal cancer. He anticipates that the clinic will have important benefits for those involved, both physically and emotionally, and can establish a structure for survivorship care that in future can be applied to care post-treatment for a range of cancers where similar problems can arise. John was born and raised in Limerick for 12 years before moving to Broadford, Co Clare, where he now resides. He completed his Leaving Certificate at St. Munchin's College, Limerick, and studied Biotechnology at NUI Galway, followed by a masters in research at the Apoptosis Research Centre at NUI Galway. Conor is a native of Galway, and a graduate of Coláiste Iognáid secondary school. He studied medicine in NUI Galway before moving to Dublin, spending one year as a medical intern in St. Vincent’s University Hospital, followed by a year as a Surgical SHO in St James’s Hospital. John and Conor were awarded their research grants from the Irish Cancer Society after a competitive and thorough application process, with proposals strenuously vetted and reviewed by an international, external panel of research professionals to ensure the very best research gets funded. The Irish Cancer Society will continue to monitor Conor and John’s progress throughout their four-year research projects, ensuring their research is carried out to world-class standards.
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Track and Trace for Haemophilia Treatment using GS1 Standards 360p
 
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Haemophilia Treatment Traceability using GS1 bar code standards at the NCHCD St James's Hospital, Dublin, Ireland. A case study profiling the GS1 standards bar code based traceability system that tracks and records the movement and usage of haemophilia treatment factor concentrate from manufacturer, through distribution and storage to the point of use in the hospital or patient's home. The solution now includes a mobile phone app that validates a product (not expired or re-called), records the instance of treatment and updates the patient's medical record in real-time.
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Oesophageal Cancer - Dr. Jacintha's Story
 
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Ireland's National Barrett's Registry & Biobank is a vital resource, funded wholly by your donations. Thanks to your support 2,700 Irish people have been identified as at-risk from oesophageal cancer and live safe in the knowledge they are constantly monitored. Biobank samples are proving crucial to understanding and treatment. Dr Jacintha O'Sullivan (Department of Surgery, St. James's Hospital Dublin) explains the work and evolution of the Barrett's Registry thanks to €700,000 in OCF funding since 2009.
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Irishtimes.com: Dublin dolls' hospital to close
 
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Irishtimes.com: Doll Store owner Melissa Nolan talks about the history of the Great George's Street institution which is due to close on February 4th.
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Dr Eamonn Faller: Why St James's is the wrong location for the National Children's Hospital
 
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Dr Eamonn Faller has worked in St James's Hospital and he is a childhood cancer survivor. Here, he tells the Oireachtas Committee for Health why St James's is the wrong location for the National Children's Hospital. You can read more about his perspective in the Irish Independent here. http://bit.ly/2eLwQEl
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Feet of a Dancer - Teresa Flynn ft. Simon Casey
 
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Feet of a Dancer - Recorded by Teresa Flynn featuring Simon Casey Taken from the forthcoming album Grogan's Rose Available Now on iTunes - Click on the link to Download: http://bit.ly/zCJyqy Song writer: Charlie McGettigan In aid of The Cancer Research Unit,St. James Hospital Tullamore General Hospital Oncology Unity St. Lukes Hospital, Dublin
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EMCTO 2011: Role of predictive markers in personalised cancer treatment
 
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Prof Ken O'Byrne, St James's Hospital, Dublin, Ireland, discusses the role of pathology in determining the best treatment options for non-small cell lung cancer patients. Clinicians use molecular characteristics of tumours to decide on the optimal treatment for each patient and this personalised approach is associated with an improved response rate. Prof O'Byrne explains when patients would undergo these tests, talks about the difficulties encountered using these tests to decide upon the best treatment to target disease in different subsets of patients and outlines some important biological markers that are used.
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Occupational Health Protocols for Medical Students in Clinical Areas.
 
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MMUH is a major surgical teaching and training hospital in Dublin as well as being one of Ireland's leading surgical centres in the fields of complex elective surgery, trauma and emergency surgery and adult cancer surgery. This video by Dr Dominic Natin explains the policies and procedures as well as the rationale regarding hand hygiene, needle stick injuries and first aid for medical students in attendance at procedures and operations in the Mater hospital.
Results and Imapct of TAILORx: Trial Assigning Individualized Options for Treatment (Rx)
 
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At the European Cancer Conference 2015, John Crown, MD, MBA, of St. Vincent's University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland, discusses the low-risk registry results from Trial Assigning Individualized Options for Treatment (TAILORx). TAILORx is a prospective clinical trial designed to evaluate the role of endocrine therapy and chemoendocrine therapy in patients with estrogen receptor (ER)-positive, HER2-negative, node-negative breast cancer whose treatment was guided by the Oncotype DX(R) Breast Cancer Assay Recurrence Score(R) results. The results showed that adding genomic information provided by the Oncotype DX assay may influence the selection of patients for adjuvant chemotherapy based on standard clinicopathological criteria.
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Nicola Gaynor – Immunotherapy in breast cancer
 
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This video details the research of Ms. Nicola Gaynor on “Immunotherapy in breast cancer” Ms. Gaynor is a PhD. student in cancer research at the National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology (NICB), Dublin City University (DCU) and this presentation was delivered as part of a series of events for “Cancer Week” 2017 (held nationally between the 25th September and the 1st October http://cancerweek.ie/). To mark the event, NICB staff and students hosted a seminar showcasing some of their ongoing cancer research. The aim of the seminars was to increase awareness of cancer in Ireland and explain to DCU staff and the General Public how the NICB is undertaking studies to further understand and treat the disease. The seminars took place at 2pm on Tuesday 26th September 2017 in the NICB seminar room. More information can be found at http://cancerweek.ie/cancer-research-showcase/
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Visiopharm: Connectivity Based Her2 IHC Membrane Image Analysis in Gastric Cancer
 
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In 2009, Her 2 targeted therapy for gastric and gastro-oesophageal (G/GEJ) cancers became a reality for the first time with the presentation of the TOGA trial results at ASCO. Results of the TOGA trial placed a new focus on assessment of Her 2 status in these cancers. Although testing had been established for breast cancer there are significant differences between scoring of Her 2 immunohistochemistry between G/GEJ and breast cancers. There is significant heterogeneity in G/GEJ cancers and incomplete membrane staining is common and rarely seen in breast. For breast cancer, the HER2-CONNECT method has been CE-marked for in-vitro diagnostic use. This method provides a generalized (and continuous) measure of circumferential membrane staining across tumor cells. The aims of this study were to explore the feasibility of using the connectivity principle for gastric cancers, to define suitable cut-offs for analysis and assess whether we can reduce the number of 2+ cases without compromising patient outcomes. In a retrospective study of 44 cases from St. James’s Hospital Dublin the connectivity principle was found useful for determining HER2 status, based on the protein expression in gastric cancer patients. The cut-offs for determining negative versus positive HER2 status were found to be different (lower) reflecting the known difference in membrane morphology. Similar to findings for breast cancer, it was possible to reduce the number of 2+ cases by 77% without loss of accuracy (sensitivity/specificity) with respect to gene amplification. When excluding 2+ cases the concordance with manual reading is 100%.This study will now be taken forward as a prospective study. About our Speaker Dr. Stephen Finn is an academic Histopathologist with subspecialist interests limited to genitourinary pathology and cancer molecular diagnostics. He is a Prostate Cancer Foundation Young Investigator and co-director of the Cancer Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory at St James’s Hospital and Associate Professor of pathology at the University of Dublin, Trinity College. Dr. Finn qualified from University College, Cork (UCC) in 1998, completed his higher professional training in Dublin in 2005 and subsequently worked as staff pathologist and Senior Scientist at the Centre for Molecular Oncologic Pathology (CMOP) at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, USA. He returned to Ireland in 2008 and worked as consultant pathologist at the Mid Western Regional Hospital Limerick before moving to his current position. He has PhD from Trinity College Dublin (2005) and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists, UK and a Fellow of the Faculty of Pathology of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland. Dr. Finn is member of the steering Committee of the Transdisciplinary Prostate Cancer Partnership (ToPCaP). His specific research interests are related to image analysis in pathology, non-coding RNA signatures in aggressive prostate cancer and the role of the Circulating Tumor Cell in progression to metastasis.
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Delvin Tractor Run 2014
 
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Over fifty tractors joined the second annual tractor run which took place on Sunday 13th July. This year, proceeds from the run and related fundraisers will go to C.R.O.S.S - supporting cancer research at St James's Hospital and Trinity College, Dublin.
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Dr  Vickers Southampton, UK Lecture
 
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HEAR DR. VICKERS SOUTHAMPTON LECTURE: Dr. Vickers returned from his European Tour where he gave TV interviews in Spain and lectures in Southampton and Dublin. If you missed the opportunity to hear Dr. Vickers don't worry; we have it right here for you. Take this opportunity to listen to one of the best lectures you will ever hear.
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Digital Hub and St. James's Hospital &  Esri Ireland Collaborate for Connected Health
 
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Esri Ireland has been announced as the first company to receive funding under the Connected Health project run by The Digital Hub and St. James's Hospital. Esri Ireland will receive seed funding, free office space and enterprise development supports through Connected Health. In return, over the coming months, the company will develop a number of digital tools for St. James's Hospital. Hear Dermot O'Kane from Esri Ireland highlight the objectives of the project and the benefits it will bring to the community in the Liberties, Dublin 8 area.
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