Friday January 24, 2020

A mature approach to cervical cancer would include aftercare

In our rush to condemn CervicalCheck, we’ve overlooked the thousands of women who have survived cervical cancer and the medical and psychological aftercare they need

8th December, 2019

Cervical cancer has been to the forefront of Irish life for the last 18 months. For those of us who work in the area, the devastating impact of cervical cancer is seen daily. We all remember young mothers, daughters and aunts we have had the honour to care for who have been taken prematurely from their families and loved ones.

An important reality that has frequently been overlooked is the fact that over 3,000 women were...

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