Interpreting your pathology report

Europa Donna Ireland, The Irish Breast Cancer Campaign is holding an information session on interpreting your pathology report, to be given by Eoin Gaffney,  Professor of Histopathology, TCD and St James’s, at 12.30pm on Saturday 26th May, at The Central Hotel, Exchequer Street, Dublin 2.

Interpreting your pathology report

On Saturday 26th May Europa Donna Ireland, The Irish Breast Cancer Campaign, is holding an information session, Interpreting your pathology report, which will be given by Professor Eoin Gaffney, Professor of Histopathology, TCD and St James’s. The pathology report plays a central role in diagnosis and is increasingly important in planning personalised treatment for cancer patients, who need more information on its interpretation in order to communicate more effectively with their doctors.

Time: 12.30 pm – 2.30 pm
Venue: The Central Hotel, Exchequer Street, Dublin 2

For further information and to register please email info@europadonnaireland.ie or phone 087 638 3609

Admission free

About Europa Donna Ireland

Europa Donna Ireland (EDI), The Irish Breast Cancer Campaign, was launched in 1998 as an advocacy group and is one of 46 EUROPA DONNA member countries across Europe.EUROPA DONNA – The European Breast Cancer Coalition was founded in Italy in 1993 and is the breast cancer advocacy organisation for Europe.

Europa Donna Ireland is a volunteer run organisation whose membership is largely made up of people with experience of breast cancer and it is a registered charity.

http://www.europadonnaireland.ie