Thursday February 20, 2020

When will the HSE come clean on the facts?

CervicalCheck omnishambles is clouded by misinformation

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

14th October, 2018

On the same day that Emma Mhic Mhathúna’s funeral cortège made its poignant journey past Leinster House, Dr Gabriel Scally, who led the preliminary scoping inquiry into CervicalCheck, addressed the Oireachtas health committee.

Scally’s report has been well received, but six months into this controversy we are still missing three important pieces of information related to the 221 high-profile cases: the stage of invasive cervical cancer at diagnosis; the...

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