Philip Watt has taken over as chief executive of the Cystic Fibrosis Association of Ireland (CFAI) at a time of acute public interest in the dearth of specialist facilities for sufferers. Rarely -if ever -h as a disease that directly affects just 1,100 people had such a profound impact on the nation’s conscience.
Earlier this year, the government shelved plans for a dedicated cystic fibrosis (CF) wing and day centre at St Vincent’s Hospital,...
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