Cancer chief wants meeting on radiography delays

The chief executive of the country’s leading cancer charity is to seek an urgent meeting with Taoiseach Bertie Ahern over delays in the building of radiotherapy services around the country.

23rd June, 2007

The chief executive of the country’s leading cancer charity is to seek an urgent meeting with Taoiseach Bertie Ahern over delays in the building of radiotherapy services around the country.

John McCormack, of the Irish Cancer Society, said the Department of Health has still not given the go-ahead for the building of new radiotherapy centres in Dublin, Cork and Galway, which were announced last year. The go-ahead for construction, either by public-private partnerships,...

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