Friday September 25, 2020

CervicalCheck review is shunned

Fewer than a quarter of the 221 women affected by the CervicalCheck controversy have consented to participate in the major review into their care instigated by the government

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
14th October, 2018

Fewer than a quarter of the 221 women affected by the CervicalCheck controversy have consented to participate in the major review into their care instigated by the government, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

Lorraine Walsh, who is a patient representative on the CervicalCheck steering committee established by the Minister for Health, said approximately 50 of the 221 women or their next of kin had agreed to participate in the review. She said the review would...

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