Eight Irish people die after surgery abroad: ‘The number may be higher’
'Inevitable' all health insurers will put up prices
Womb transplants will not be available in Ireland 'in the near future'
‘Delays in approval’ preventing prescription of life-saving cancer drugs
Health service too 'overloaded' to cope with free GP visits
'It's absolutely insane' - Father of son under CAMHS care with Dubai-based doctor
'Medicine is failing women' – Female patients 'gaslit' and 'ignored'
Medicine shortages reach ‘exponential’ high - ‘We’re waiting until winter’
New cancer screening test detects cancer in asymptomatic patients
'A wake-up call': 60% impacted by medicine shortages
Medicines shortage: Pharmacists now need up to five days’ notice for prescriptions
Galway woman living with HIV: ‘I still feel very stigmatised’
Pharmacies cutting opening hours over ‘unsustainable’ fees
One in 12 cancers went undiagnosed during pandemic
Risks to women who freeze eggs 'have functionally dropped to almost zero'
Most women do not know the signs of ovarian cancer