Dicing with death and the HSE

Breast cancer sufferer Rebecca O’Malley hopes the new Hiqa report into misdiagnoses will help other women to avoid her fate.

5th April, 2008

Breast cancer sufferer Rebecca O’Malley hopes the new Hiqa report into misdiagnoses will help other women to avoid her fate.

April 2, 2008, will be remembered by most people as the day Bertie Ahern announced his resignation. But for Rebecca O’Malley and her family, it will have a much more personal significance.

The 42-year-old mother of three and her husband Tony were at a press conference in Dublin Castle called by the Health...

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