Statement from 221+ Patient Support Group

Pending more detailed information on implementation we welcome, with some caution, the publication of the Judge Meenan Report today, which brings some clarity to the legal pathways open to women and families who have been impacted by the CervicalCheck debacle. We are understandably disappointed that the earlier commitment by An Taoiseach to a totally non …

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Statement from 221+ Patient Support Group

The 221+ CervicalCheck Patient Support Group was formally launched in Farmleigh today.  Group members Vicky Phelan, Stephen Teap and Lorraine Walsh, with the support of The Marie Keating Foundation, Irish Cancer Society and Irish Patients Association, have established this group. It will be funded by the Department of Health and will operate entirely independently of …

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Scoping Enquiry into the CervicalCheck Screening Programme.

Foreword from report by Dr Gabriel Scally: Dear Minister, This major crisis emerged into the public domain because of a failed attempt to disclose the results of a retrospective audit to a large group of women who had, unfortunately, developed cervical cancer. In particular, it emerged because of the extraordinary determination of Vicky Phelan not …

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Launch of 221+ Website

Today the Cervical Cancer Patient Support Group (221plus) has launched a website portal to provide information and resources to both the public and 221plus members. This portal provides relevant information and resources to the group’s members in a secure and confidential manner. As well as offering expert advice and peer support, information will be made …

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