Jul 29, 2023: We have just added a new profile from the Republic of Ireland

The National Cancer Registry of Ireland (NCRI) was established in 1991 and has been collecting comprehensive cancer information for the population of the Republic of Ireland since 1994. This information is used in research into the causes of cancer, in education and information programmes, and in the planning and management of cancer services to deliver the best cancer care to the whole population. The NCRI collects information from all hospitals in The Republic of Ireland on the number of persons diagnosed with cancer and the types of cancer they have. NCRI also follows up on the numbers dying from their cancer or from other causes.

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