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# CervicalCheck

Last year
HPV vaccine 'significantly' reduces signs of pre-cancer in young women, study shows
Irish lab resumes processing CervicalCheck samples over six months on from 'pause'
Holohan says there is a 'very poor understanding' of what happened in CervicalCheck scandal
Tony Holohan criticises 'completely false' reporting about his role in CervicalCheck scandal
'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 CervicalCheck samples to be tested in US after Irish lab has accreditation suspended
Campaigners hail passing of Patient Safety Bill and say it'll help people 'find out the truth'
All time
Taoiseach apologises to Stephen Teap in wake of CervicalCheck settlement
Patient Safety Bill to be amended after TDs raise concerns
CervicalCheck review highlights patients' ongoing fight for justice
TDs pay tribute in the Dáil to 'fearless' Vicky Phelan
Vicky Phelan: A tenacious, adored campaigner who strengthened the voice of women in Ireland
Cervical cancer campaigner Vicky Phelan has died
Hundreds attend funeral of CervicalCheck campaigner Lynsey Bennett
CervicalCheck campaigner Lynsey Bennett dies aged 34
WATCH: Documentary about Vicky Phelan to open in cinemas next month
Harris: CervicalCheck chief’s comments ‘inappropriate, unfortunate, insensitive’
Cervical check samples are still being screened abroad following December's cyberattack
Cervical smear intervals moved from 3 to 5 years with HPV testing. Why?
Can Ireland win women's full trust in CervicalCheck back?
Population coverage of cervical cancer screening has been dipping since 2017
'Cinematic' documentary showcases Vicky Phelan's strength and battles
Number of claims lodged with CervicalCheck Tribunal increases to 19
Vicky Phelan says she has stopped chemo with aim to 'spend Christmas with my kids'
Targeted messaging planned to encourage LGBT+ community to attend cervical screening
CervicalCheck: 310 women take legal route despite pledges they can avoid court, Dáil hears
Almost 200 HPV-positive smears through CervicalCheck need repeat test after samples expire
Vicky Phelan to return to Ireland after six months of treatment in the US and 'relentless' side effects
CervicalCheck moves to 'allay women's fears' after Scotland's cervical cancer screening error
CervicalCheck asks GPs to postpone smear tests booked this week after HSE cyber attack
'It was like a sisterhood': March saw highest number of cervical smear tests since October 2018
'More heightened anxiety' about proven cervical-cancer treatments since CervicalCheck controversy, says oncologist
The CervicalCheck controversy: How a vital cancer screening service is fighting to regain the trust of women
Taoiseach to 'check out' why Dr Gabriel Scally is no longer overseeing CervicalCheck plan
'It's a better forum than the High Court': Taoiseach says CervicalCheck tribunal should be given a chance to work
Lynsey Bennett: 'I plan to try and stay here for as long as I can. Absolutely'
'It should not have happened': Holohan says basic commitment to CervicalCheck women wasn't honoured
Woman focusing on 'fight to stay alive' after smear test case settlement
Why is CervicalCheck using HPV tests instead of testing for all smear abnormalities?