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Simon Harris statement on CervicalCheck "lacked passion for people affected"

Stephen Teap, representative from the 221+ Patient Support Group joined Shane Coleman to discuss the findings of CervicalCheck review, as well as the resignation of Lorraine Walsh, and Minister for Health Simon Harris' statement yesterday evening.

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14.03 4 Dec 2019


Simon Harris statement on CervicalCheck "lacked passion for people affected"


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14.03 4 Dec 2019


An opportunity to identify 159 women’s cervical cancers was missed by CervicalCheck, an independent review of tests carried out by the screening programme has found. This accounts for 15% of the 1,038 women who participated in the review from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

Stephen Teap, representative from the 221+ Patient Support Group joined Shane Coleman to discuss the findings of the review, as well as the resignation of Lorraine Walsh, and Minister for Health Simon Harris' statement yesterday evening.


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