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Cork Airport Hotel Selects Breakthrough Cancer Research as Charity Partner

Cork Airport Hotel Selects Breakthrough Cancer Research as Charity Partner

The Cork Airport Hotel has partnered with Breakthrough Cancer Research as its charity partner for 2019 and will raise funds on behalf of the charity throughout the year through various events.

Diarmuid Vaughan, General Manager, Cork Airport Hotel, said: “We are delighted to have Breakthrough Cancer Research as our charity partner for 2019. This is a great charity that does amazing work and we are delighted we can offer our support this year through fundraising efforts and various other events.”

Eoghan O’Sullivan, Campaigns Manager, Breakthrough Cancer Research, said:We are so grateful to have been selected as the charity partner for the Cork Airport Hotel. At Breakthrough, we fund research to develop new treatments for some of the hardest to treat cancers, bringing scientists and clinicians together to discover new treatments and cures for patients in Ireland, and internationally. We focus particularly on poor prognosis and currently incurable cancers, and we fund researchers looking at every point of the cancer patient journey to find ways to improve survival and save our loved ones. We cannot stress the importance of this charity partnership for Breakthrough, and we encourage and support all of their upcoming fundraising efforts, which will continue funding research and ensuring that our family, our friends and all communities across Ireland have access to the best treatments for cancer.”

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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