About Cancer Ireland
Cancer Ireland is a not-for-profit site owned, funded and maintained by:
Kilkenny City, Ireland
e-mail: [email protected]
Cancer Ireland Vision:
A world where safe, effective methods of healing replace the dangerous treatments currently in use.
Cancer Ireland Mission:
To promotes awareness of all the cancer tests, treatments and strategies being used worldwide to help patients recover from cancer as quickly and as painlessly as possible.
Note: I am not a medical professional. I gather as much useful information as possible from numerous sources around the world including the National Cancer Institute (US), doctors, patients, universities, medical journals and so on and I publish this information with the intention of helping people prevent or overcome cancer.
I do not receive payment of any kind for featuring goods or services on this site – they are included only to provide readers with vital information. I do not accept paid advertising or promotions of any sort and I neither solicit nor accept donations or payment-in-kind.
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Information used on the site.
The information on this site is legally copied :
(a) from government websites whose information is in the public domain and can be reproduced freely.
(b) from Open Source / Open Access websites or articles.
(c) from websites that allow articles to be reproduced on not-for-profit websites like this one.
(d) under Fair Use copyright laws.
Sources include: National Library of Medicine; National Cancer Institute; CAM-cancer; CANCER active; Greenmedinfo; PubMed; BioMed Central and other credible sources.
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The triskele is pre-Celtic in design, dating back to before the Celts settled in Ireland, but it was incorporated into Celtic culture and frequently appears in Celtic artwork. The symbol is thought to represent continuous movement or continuously moving forward.(Source: ireland-calling.com).
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.
Every effort is made to credit all sources and authors wherever their work is referenced. Any omission or misuse in this regard is unintentional and will be rectified immediately on receipt of an email to: [email protected]
A link from this website to any other website is not an endorsement of the content on that site. Furthermore, Cancer Ireland cannot be held responsible for the misuse or wrong interpretation of information on this, or any other website it links to.
Cancer Ireland is not responsible for any injury, loss, damage or expense incurred by any individual as a result, either directly or indirectly, of any information published on this website.
Why you can trust Cancer Ireland:
– it is an independent, not-for-profit site.
– It doesn’t accept advertising or sponsorship.
– it has no financial or other links to the cancer industry.
– it provides information that Irish cancer charities and medical professionals fail to provide.
– it presents a variety of views on how best to treat cancer, but doesn’t promote any specific treatment(s) over all others.
– it highlights proven strategies that augment primary treatment(s) and is regularly updated to reflect new developments.