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Posted in Medical Negligence on 11 June 2018
I read with dismay reports of the 49 children who were failed by substandard audiology services in the Sligo and Roscommon area.  This is yet another example of the HSE failing its patients. We already know that we have a health service with a number of inadequacies, including: A&E...
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Posted in Medical Negligence on 30 May 2018
Karen Kearney on Today FM’s The Matt Cooper Show regarding Breast Check and the recent scaremongering by Professor Ann O’Doherty,National Clinical Director of the Breast Check programme and Professor Arnie Hill, Surgical Adviser to the National Control Programme, designed to deflect from...
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Posted in Medical Negligence on 29 May 2018
Introduction Studies have emerged which show that babies born to mothers who take valproate-containing medicines (licensed as Epilim) during pregnancy have a 30%-40% risk of developmental disability and a 10% risk of birth defects (broadly known as Fetal Anti-Convulsant Syndrome).  Fetal Anti-...
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Posted in New Legal Developments on 18 May 2018
Regulation (EU) 2016/679 the General Data Protection Regulation (known as GDPR) is due to come into law on 25th May 2018.  As a result the current Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003 will be repealed and replaced by the Data Protection Act 2018. When a client wishes to investigate a personal ...
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Posted in Medical Negligence on 09 May 2018
Irish Examiner Friday 4th May 2018 See link to article which featured in the Irish Examiner by Ernest J. Cantillon, Managing Partner at Cantillons Solicitors, following on from the Cervical Cancer Scandal. Click here to read article   ...
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