Tag Archives: Cervical cancer

Government reaches peak hypocrisy in dealing with Cervical Check victims

By Katia Hancke Once again, the government was in the news over the last month due to its disgraceful treatment of cervical check victims. The tribunal that was intended to bring out the truth regarding the state’s, and the private corporations’ responsibility for this debacle, is now at risk of turning into an inquisition of the surviving victims. Private profit ...

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Cervical cancer scandal-The battle for justice continues

By Dave Murphy The cervical cancer scandal which has resulted in at least 209 women being misdiagnosed with the disease, left 18 dead and others terminally ill has rocked the confidence of women in the health service. Emma Mhic Mhathúna, one of those affected, summed up the tragic effects of the scandal in a Morning Ireland interview saying “I’m dying ...

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