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# Cervical Cancer

Last year
Ireland on track to make cervical cancer much rarer by 2040, says health minister
HPV vaccine 'significantly' reduces signs of pre-cancer in young women, study shows
HPV vaccine catch-up scheme expanded to include young men up to 22nd birthday
'Exponential rise' in number of legal cases being taken against CervicalCheck, says WHO report
Donnelly 'disappointed' about CervicalCheck samples being tested in US labs
All time
Majority of countries to miss targets for decreasing cervical cancer
Taoiseach apologises to Stephen Teap in wake of CervicalCheck settlement
Stephen Teap hits out at 'politicians who failed to listen' as he settles HSE CervicalCheck case
Clinicians 'refuse to treat women' associated with cervial cancer patient advocate group
Family pay tribute to Vicky Phelan: 'Her passing will leave a void in our lives'
Vicky Phelan: A tenacious, adored campaigner who strengthened the voice of women in Ireland
Cervical cancer campaigner Vicky Phelan has died
Can Ireland win women's full trust in CervicalCheck back?
Population coverage of cervical cancer screening has been dipping since 2017
Vicky Phelan says she has stopped chemo with aim to 'spend Christmas with my kids'
Cervarix HPV vaccine can cut cervical cancer rates by almost 90%, new study says
Targeted messaging planned to encourage LGBT+ community to attend cervical screening
Cervical cancer campaigner Eileen Rushe dies aged 35
CervicalCheck moves to 'allay women's fears' after Scotland's cervical cancer screening error
'She is so inspirational' - Praise for Roscommon footballer on speaking out about cervical cancer battle
'More heightened anxiety' about proven cervical-cancer treatments since CervicalCheck controversy, says oncologist
'It should not have happened': Holohan says basic commitment to CervicalCheck women wasn't honoured
Why is CervicalCheck using HPV tests instead of testing for all smear abnormalities?
Women with previous smear abnormalities will still be able to get colposcopy appointments
CervicalCheck director urges women to trust screening service after 'tough couple of years'
'She was a gentle soul who loved the simple things': Vicky Phelan on the late Ruth Morrissey
Cervical screening to resume next month - breast and bowel cancer screening to restart in September
HSE and two laboratories lose Supreme Court appeal against Ruth Morrissey
Issues over review of smear slides were ignored, says CervicalCheck campaigner Lorraine Walsh
CervicalCheck: How does Ireland's cervical smear screening programme work?
Minister commits to paying patient advocates for their time and work
Simon Harris to meet social media companies in a bid to make them do more to debunk vaccine myths
New test could make it easier to predict women's risk of developing cervical cancer
Explainer: The HPV vaccine is free for boys from next month - here's why that's important
'Rude', 'didn't care', 'absence of customer service': One woman's experience of CervicalCheck delays
Supreme Court agrees to hear appeal against judgement in Ruth Morrissey case
Harris says he wasn't aware of CervicalCheck results IT glitch before 10 July
CervicalCheck backlog leaves women waiting months for abnormal cervix assessment
Scally: Price for cervical screening tender 'became a much more important factor' than quality
'She wants it to be over': Ruth Morrissey 'very upset' over State move to appeal CervicalCheck case