Two phenomenal milestones occurred during July 2019 for The Caroline Foundation, The Alpine Climb and the launch of the clinical trial Caroline-1
A new drug combination to treat women with metastatic HER2-positive breast cancer that is based on prior preclinical studies from Dublin City University will enter clinical development in a Phase 1 clinical trial named CAROLINE-1.
The Caroline Foundation Climb Pointe Burnaby to Support Cancer Research – On July 04 this year, 18 Irish people will set out to climb the Alpine summit of Pointe Burnaby, a 4,153-metre-high, snow-covered peak near the Matterhorn above Zermatt in Switzerland, all in aid of Greystones-based cancer research charity the Caroline Foundation.
‘A real-life superhero’ is how Brendan’s sister Rita described her brother after he canoed all the way from Strabane to Manchester to raise funds for a cancer charity which supported her through her illness.
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Dr Maria Prencipe, one of the current holders of The Caroline Foundation Fellowship has been awarded the most prestigious SIRG (Starting Investigator Research Grant) grant by Science Foundation Ireland.
A wonderful chat with ‘Marty in the Morning’ on RTE Lyric Fm with Áine Lawlor and Helen O’Sullivan Dwyer highlighting the benefits of clinical trials for cancer patients and promoting the #GiveUsASong campaign taking place on February 4th.
The Caroline Foundation held its sixth annual luncheon at The Marker Hotel on Friday 5th October. Over 230 people attended the lunch which as always was hosted by Broadcaster Miriam O’Callaghan.
Dr. Maria Principe and Dr Sarah Foley are the recipients of The Caroline Foundation Fellowship 2018.
Our ambassador for Give Us a Song! Áine Lawlor spoke with Mary Kennedy how everyone can help to raise much needed funds for cancer research…