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National Cancer Registry

 

The Irish National Cancer Registry was set up in 1991 and began collecting comprehensive cancer information for the whole population of the Republic of Ireland in 1994. The information collected is used in research into the causes of cancer, in education and information programmes, and in the planning of a national cancer strategy to deliver the best cancer care to the whole population.

The Registry is set up by statute, and wholly funded by the Department of Health and Children. The overall direction of the Registry is the responsibility of the National Cancer Registry Board.

 

The National Cancer Registry Board

What is a Cancer Registry?

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