Vaccine group protests at Pearse St Garda station
Inform Parents has accused the HSE chief of defamation and slander after he made comments regarding the tactics used by campaigners against the cervical cancer vaccine
Vaccine campaign group Inform Parents staged a protest at Pearse Street Garda station in Dublin on Friday, in reaction to comments made by the Health Service Executive (HSE) chief Tony O’Brien.
The group accused O’Brien of defamation and slander after he made comments regarding the tactics used by campaigners against the cervical cancer vaccine.
Inform Parents has distributed posters and fliers about the cervical cancer vaccine in the south-west of Ireland...
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