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New figures provide lab breakdown for CervicalCheck tests

State Claims Agency reveals it is now handling 125 legal actions

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

29th September, 2019

New figures provide a breakdown of the individual laboratories that initially reported on the 221 women affected by the CervicalCheck debacle.

The figures emerge as the State Claims Agency reports that it is now handling 125 legal actions against CervicalCheck.

The report, called the 221 Patient Group Laboratory Audit Results Profile, details the laboratories that analysed smear tests that were later recategorised and upgraded after they were reviewed.

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