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We Are Here To Help

We provide counselling and free therapies to the patient, their carer and their children.

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We can help with every stage of cancer and at any stage of diagnosis.


Our services are free of charge and we rely on the donations from supporters and fundraising.

How can I help?

What you can do

We provide the support that local families deserve. We believe no one should face cancer alone. All of our services are provided free of charge so any donation amount would be greatly appreciated.

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Some lovely feedback we received this morning.

I wish I had know about the Cuisle Centre in December 2015 when I had my Breast Cancer diagnosis. I heard about the Cuisle Cancer Support Centre in 2018 from Mary Shelly the Lymphoedema therapist and I attended for 6 sessions. The results are fabulous. My arm swelling is reduced and I can see my elbow again. The sessions with Mary were also so holistic that I looked forward to attending each one.
The Cuisle Cancer Support Centre has so many programmes for health and recovery. I am now taking part in the “Louise Hay Programme” and loving it. It is only now my true healing has begun. I am also taking part in the “Strides for Life” walking programme.
When you open the door into the centre there is an amazing atmosphere of calm and compassion but also getting the work done with so many programmes on offer.
Thank you to Stella and an amazing team. Could have done with this 2 years ago. So happy to be here now.
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Our next bra and prosthesis fitting day is Tuesday 29th May 2018 - get summer ready - beautiful selection of swimwear and lingerie. Appointments still available 057 8681492.
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The Cuisle Centre Cancer Support

Are you living with or caring for someone with lung cancer? If so, our cancer researchers at DCU would love to hear from you.

The Irish Cancer Society wants to know how to best address your needs. By listening to your stories, we want to learn what physical and emotional needs you have so that we can adapt our services to best address them.

If you have been diagnosed with lung cancer or have cared for someone with lung cancer, we need people like you to tell us your experiences, attitudes and beliefs surrounding your support needs.

This will involve either a one-to-one interview, or a focus group with other people similar to yourself, at a convenient location.

The interview will last for about an hour and focus groups may be slightly longer (up to 90 minutes).

You would be asked some basic information about yourself, and questions about any support needs you have had and if these needs have been met. You can also bring up any other issues that you think are important.

If you’re interested in taking part or would like more information about this study, please contact Dr Andy Cochrane by calling 01 700 7762 or emailing andreanne.cochrane@dcu.ie.
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About us

We first began offering cancer care back in 2004 and since then our centre has helped many people. We have a professional team that provide support to patients and families at such an important time in their lives, our team focuses not only on the physical needs of the patient but also on the social, spiritual and emotional aspects of their cancer diagnosis.