The Government yesterday suspended its controversial review of discretionary medical cards. Keelin was joined by Brian Turner, Lecturer in Economics in UCC; and two mothers, Anne FitzPatrick and Karen North.
Over 3000 men are newly diagnosed with the condition in Ireland each year and the Irish Cancer Society are today launching the Man to Man Storybook, a book for men experiencing prostate cancer with 11 real life stories designed to offer hope and support to other men with prostate cancer.
It will be launched by one of the heroes of Italia 90, Packie Bonner and he joined Keelin in studio along with Donal Buggy, Head of Services, Irish Cancer Society.
Packie also spoke about Roy Keane's possible move to Celtic...
MEND is a state-funded service that runs rehabilitation programmes for men who are violent and abusive in relationships. John Doyle is programme director with the service.
When was the last time you were on antibiotics? Chances are, it was not too long ago. We all take advantage of what some say is the greatest medical discovery of all, but recently the threat to the existence of antibiotics has been highlighted in no uncertain terms.
Joining Keelin in studio was Dr Fiona Walsh, biology lecturer and antibiotic resistance expert in NUI Maynooth, to discuss the future of antibiotics.
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Presenter: Sean O'Rourke