Settlement over death will see cancer patients get life-saving treatment
The new provision of RAIT comes as a result of a court case taken by the family of Eileen Hyland, who died four years ago
For the first time in Ireland, a life-saving treatment will be provided to cancer patients on dialysis following a settlement agreement between Cork University Hospital (CUH) and a bereaved family.
The new provision of radioactive iodine therapy (RAIT) for cancer patients who are on dialysis came as a result of a High Court case taken by the family of Eileen Hyland, who died in May 2017.
The Hyland family claimed there was a failure on the...
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