Participants with all levels of fitness are invited to walk / run with NBCRI (National Breast Cancer Research Institute) on Sunday 27th of July at 11.00am in St. Annes Park, Raheny Dublin 5. Lace up for the 5km walk / run with vibrant pink laces provided by the charity.
The National Breast Cancer Research Institute (NBCRI) is a voluntary based charity located at the Clinical Science Institute, University College Hospital, Galway.
Launched in 1991, the key objective of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute is to conduct relevant, ethical research into the biology of breast cancer, to determine the cause of this disease and improve the treatment for patients. The NBCRI also works to raise awareness of breast cancer and fundraises to provide improved breast cancer services for both men and women throughout Ireland.
Over 2,500 new cases of breast cancer are diagnosed in Ireland each year. Although breast cancer in men is rare, about 18 -20 men are diagnosed with breast cancer each year in Ireland. As yet breast cancer cannot be prevented. It’s incidence can only be reduced by early detection. The cause and mechanism of action of breast cancer remain unknown. Treatments are available for breast cancer but ongoing research is essential to ensure the optimal treatment for all patients, to reduce their side effects, improve their quality of life and, primarily, increase their chance of survival.
Pink in the Park is a 5km walk / run in aid of breast cancer research in association with the main sponsor Coolock Artane Credit Union. For further information on breast cancer research please refer to the NBCRI website www.nbcri.ie or Lo Call 1890 611711.
The event takes place on Sunday 27th of July at 11.00am in St. Annes Park, Raheny Dublin 5. So register today and come join up in helping find the cure. Participants will receive pink laces, goody bags & free entry to our raffle. Spot prize for best fancy dress (optional).
There is a 250 participant limit, so please register asap to avoid disappointment.
Please support this cause to help make a difference.
Participant’s Entry Fee – €20