Government under pressure to reverse Sligo decision

Two weeks ago, a delegation of representatives from across the political divide, together with former minister Ray MacSharry, went to Leinster House to talk about cancer services at Sligo General Hospital.

14th February, 2009

Two weeks ago, a delegation of representatives from across the political divide, together with former minister Ray MacSharry, went to Leinster House to talk about cancer services at Sligo General Hospital.

They met the Minister for Health, Mary Harney, and the Health Service Executive (HSE) chief executive Professor Brendan Drumm. The meeting was set up by Tánaiste Mary Coughlan, a sign of the top-level political attention the issue has garnered in recent months.

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