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Latest News & Reports
The 221+ Patient Support Group welcomes a statement issued by the HSE on the 24th January, which offers some level of clarification on delays in screening test results and also on problems that have emerged in relation to standard HPV tests. The HSE statement advises us that cervical smear results are currently being reported, on
We have just learned with great sadness of the death of Orla Church, a member of the 221+ CervicalCheck Patient Support Group. We offer deepest sympathy to her entire family and friends at this very difficult and sad time. Many of us got to meet and know Orla in the past months and she was
Statement from the 221+ CervicalCheck Patient Support Group, Compensation Tribunal – 20 December 2018
We broadly welcome the announcement by Minister Harris of the establishment of a Compensation Tribunal, to be chaired by Judge Mary Irvine, for those women and families affected by the CervicalCheck debacle. We note Minister Harris has indicated that he may set up a non-statutory ex-gratia scheme to compensate the women who did not receive
Good Morning, my name is Lorraine Walsh, originally from Mayo and living in Galway, I’m married to Gary. I am speaking here this morning in a personal capacity, however, I am always and ever speaking on the behalf of the other 220 families tied up in this situation, when I have an opportunity. I would
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
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
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.