About Cancer Ireland

Everything you need to know about overcoming or preventing cancer.

This site covers standard cancer treatments, but, more importantly, it also provides patients with strategies and treatment options they are not normally told about during their cancer journey. These include alternative, integrative, and complementary therapies

Mainstream oncology is heavily influenced by the pharmaceutical industry and other vested interests. This has resulted in just a small number of toxic treatments like chemotherapy and radiation being approved to treat patients. These interventions are often worse than the cancer itself, and the harsh reality is that around half of all patients die within five years of diagnosis.

Additionally, the Irish Cancer Society exclusively endorse these treatments and patients are led to believe that they offer the only hope of overcoming cancer. They don’t.

Thankfully, there are many oncologists, doctors, and clinics providing alternative, integrative, and complementary therapies that are helping to save lives every day – sometimes when standard treatments have failed. Cancer Ireland provides information about all these treatments…and much, much more.

Cancer Ireland is a not-for-profit site owned, funded and maintained by:

t-roche-smallTommy Roche
Kilkenny City, Ireland
[email protected]

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Cancer Ireland does not provide medical advice.

All the information on this site is presented in good faith and is intended for education and research purposes only.
The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
This site does not advocate the use of one treatment modality above others. That is a matter of personal choice.
You should exercise caution before using any cancer treatment, whether conventional, complementary or alternative. Every therapy may have potential side effects and should not be used without consulting a health-care practitioner, especially if you are already using another form of therapy, or if you are pregnant or nursing.
You should NOT undertake any change whatsoever in your current health regime without first consulting your doctor or healthcare professional.
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