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Latest News & Reports
Response from 221+ on The Sunday Times article on September 4th 2022 What is reported today is scarcely believable but sadly does not come as a surprise to us. It is consistent with what we have heard and felt over the past two years and it’s a relief that the public can now see the
Response from 221+ on the publication by the National Screening Service of ‘A guide to talking about cervical screening’ We find it hard to believe that we are still discussing this today, almost four and a half years after Vicky Phelan first brought her case to public attention. Sadly, we are not surprised. The
On 13th July 221+ gave a briefing to Members of the Oireachtas at the Dáil. The purpose was to launch the 221+ Strategic Plan and discuss current and future action in women’s healthcare. The briefing was well attended (list of names to come). Overall, the message was that the government needs to restore public trust
March 20th will mark the 2 year anniversary of the death of Laura Brennan, the HPV advocate campaigner, who passed away from cervical cancer aged just 26. Laura’s relentless campaigning to raise awareness of cervical cancer, and to convince parents of the necessity of vaccinating their teenagers against the HPV virus, will leave a legacy
221+ deeply disappointed and frustrated at Donnelly response re CervicalCheck Tribunal “We seek further engagement for change on Tribunal as previously requested or will recommend members not engage” – last minute letter fails to address issues raised in September meeting – proposed process and timings of Tribunal raise barriers rather than offer relief Seven weeks
The Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly TD met with representatives of the 221+ Group – the CervicalCheck patients support group, the Marie Keating Foundation and the Irish Cancer Society yesterday. At the meeting, the Minister committed to providing additional funding for the 221+ Group beyond the current agreement. The Minister for Health said; “I am
221+ Private Member Portal
Important information is communicated in a secure and confidential manner. Member updates regarding key issues, developments within the Government, and private events are routinely posted.
An ‘Ask the Specialist’ service enables members to ask questions and receive a quick and confidential response from an oncology specialist. The site also hosts periodic webinars focused on issues of interest to cancer survivors.
The online Forum provides members an opportunity to interact with each other on topics of interest. Event booking for member events is also offered conveniently through the site.