Breast cancer is the 3rd most common cancer in Ireland, with an annual incidence between 2015 and 2017 of 3,168 according to the Irish Cancer Society. Irish women have a 1 in 12 chance of
The HSE was, once again, in the position of apologizing to a patient of theirs in 2012. This time, to a 57-year old woman after continual failure to diagnose breast cancer. On three separate
According to the Irish Cancer Society, patients in Ireland receive a cancer diagnosis every three minutes and someone dies from the disease every hour. It is the second biggest killer in Ireland.
Edel Kelly (26) died June 2008 after first presenting to Ennis General with a lump in her breast. This lump was initially diagnosed as benign, a request for a follow-up to confirm was not acted
The HSE last night confirmed that over 206 women developed cancer after been given the all-clear. The National program for cervical screening CervicalCheck who are responsible for the national