Cork based Tyndall Institute announce new capsule

Cork based Tyndall Institute announce new capsule

19 October 2015 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie What is it? A sensor capsule developed in Ireland is set to radically improve the efficient production and quality of biopharmaceutical therapies, benefiting Ireland’s growing biopharmaceutical industry and breakthrough medicines of the future. Tell me more Tyndall National Institute, Cork, and the National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and […]

UCC students will be safer thanks to on-campus Epipens

UCC students will be safer thanks to on-campus Epipens

15 October 2015 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Fine Gael TD for Cork South Central, and Chairperson of the Oireachtas Committee on Health, Jerry Buttimer, has said that new regulations for certain prescription-only medicines will save lives. “I am delighted that these new regulations will give access to life saving medicine in emergency situations. For the […]

Cork based national Guide Dog charity launches car raffle

Cork based national Guide Dog charity launches car raffle

13 October 2015 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind – which is headquartered on the Model Farm Road, Cork – yesterday launched its raffle for a brand new Ford Focus, which has been kindly donated by Ford Ireland. Members of the public who wish to support Irish Guide Dogs can buy […]

Cork University Maternity Hospital to hold annual Remembrance service

Cork University Maternity Hospital to hold annual Remembrance service

7 October 2015 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Cork University Maternity Hospital will be holding their annual Service of Remembrance on Friday of next week (16th October, 2015) at 7.30pm in the Sacred Heart Church, Western Road, Cork for anyone who has experienced pregnancy or infant loss. CUMH warmly welcomes all parents and families who have […]

CUH has second highest number of cancelled operations – Kelleher

CUH has second highest number of cancelled operations – Kelleher

2 October 2015 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Fianna Fáil Health Spokesperson and Cork TD Billy Kelleher has said he is extremely concerned to learn that Cork University Hospital recorded the second highest number of cancelled operations in the first six months of the year. Figures released to Deputy Kelleher show 1,567 inpatient operations were cancelled […]

Buttimer calls for Cork Councils to use the millions allocated to them for housing

Buttimer calls for Cork Councils to use the millions allocated to them for housing

29 September 2015 By David O’Sullivan daivd@TheCork.ie Cork South Central Fine Gael TD Jerry Buttimer has called for both Cork City and County councils to draw down the sizeable sums of money that has been allocated to them to tackle the housing crisis. Deputy Buttimer’s calls came as he welcomed news that the Department is […]

Pharma Conference begins in Cork

Pharma Conference begins in Cork

23 September 2015 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Minister at State, Sean Sherlock TD today opened the fifth PharmaChemical Ireland (PCI), Parenteral Drugs Association (PDA), International Pharmaceutical Engineers (ISPE) Conference in the Radisson Hotel, Little Island, Cork. Delighted to give opening address PharmaChem Ireland this am in Little Island. The shift in the sector is from […]

Roy Keane opens new unit in Marymount Hospice

Roy Keane opens new unit in Marymount Hospice

23 September 2015 By Bryan Smyth bryan@TheCork.ie Marymount University Hospital & Hospice officially opened its new interventional pain service facility at Marymount, Curraheen, Cork this morning. Republic of Ireland’s soccer management team Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane performed the official opening. Dr. John Browne, consultant pain specialist, instigated the interventional pain service for patients with […]

Cork products could be in line for special EU Protection

Cork products could be in line for special EU Protection

18 September 2015 By David O’Sullivan david@TheCork.ie Cork based Deirdre Clune has welcomed the decision of the European Commission to explore the possibility of extending the European geographical scheme to nonagricultural products. Traditional Irish products from Cork Crystal to Clones Lace to hurleys have all been identified in an EU report as products that could […]

Give Blood today in #Cork

Give Blood today in #Cork

14 September 2015 By Tom O’Sullivan tom@TheCork.ie Giving blood then takes only around 8 to 15 minutes. The total volume of blood taken is 470ml, which is less than a pint. After making a donation* (*in Ireland givers are not paid) you will then be advised to rest for a short period before going to […]

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