Rathmines native Jenny Stokes says she has been impressed with the NHS since the Covid-19 pandemic began.

Moving to another country during a pandemic was less daunting than Jenny Stokes had expected. “I’d heard horror stories of people not finding anywhere(...)

Covid jab: a passing doctor kindly photographed me being vaccinated in central London

Conor Lane, an Irishman living in London who has written in The Irish Times about being treated for Ewing’s sarcoma, describes getting his first dose (...)

Conor in St James’ Park, near Buckingham Palace, where this year’s London Marathon takes place on October 4th with elite runners only.
My cancer scare, the marathon and me
  • Fitness
  • September 28, 2020, 06:01

I’d never really given much thought as to how I’d feel if my cancer returned. It simply hadn’t been on my radar. In March, 2017, surgeons in the Roya(...)

Conor Lane: ‘Throughout 2019, I acted as a network leader in London for Shine Cancer Support, a UK charity that assists younger adults in their 20s, 30s and 40s living with cancer and their Plus Ones’
Lockdown, the marathon and me

If truth be told, running a marathon had never been one of my main priorities in life. But the seed was planted when I was told during treatment for a(...)

A few hours after major surgery in the Royal Brompton Hospital, London, on March 1st, 2017

In his second article for ‘The Irish Times’, Conor Lane, a young Irishman who was diagnosed with a rare cancer in London, writes about the major surge(...)