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IMPACT audio bulletin
Dub teams up to tackle cancer
Happy holidays to all our readers
Compulsory retirement age raised
Ibec and unions working on pay gap
Zero-hours ban is progress
History as IMPACT meets Ryanair
Dub teams up to tackle cancer

Dublin GAA hero Philly McMahon was in IMPACT’s headquarters last week for the launch of the Cornmarket ‘pink and blue power’ campaign, which offers a free breast or prostate health check for IMPACT members who are members of its salary protection schemes.

IMPACT members can avail of this service as an added benefit of their IMPACT salary protection policy. The service has been developed, specifically for female members under age 50 and male members aged 40-65, by an excellent team of medical professionals.

There is currently no official national prostate or breast assessment service available in Ireland for these age groups.

Over 4,600 Cornmarket customers have so far taken up the health assessment, with 17 of them diagnosed with cancer. Thankfully, their outlook is positive due to early intervention.


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