Last family portrait: Stephen Teap whose wife Irene died from cervical cancer, with sons Oscar and Noah (3)

CervicalCheck campaigner Stephen Teap, whose wife died of cervical cancer, has launched a High Court legal action against two laboratories and the HSE(...)

The court heard the woman was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2016 and required a hysterectomy. She developed significant post operative complications which required further surgery. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has struck out medical negligence claims brought by a couple against the estate of a deceased consultant over the alleged misreporting (...)

 Padraig Creaven (right), of Menlo, Galway, widower of Aoife Mitchell Creaven, leaving the High Court on Wednesday with Aoife’s parents, Gabriel (left) and Marcella (centre) Mitchell. Photograph: Collins Courts

A husband is claiming the costs of surrogacy in a High Court action following the death of his wife from cervical cancer. Padraig Creaven wants to ho(...)

Joan Lucey died last Friday, just hours after the HSE and the laboratories agreed to begin mediation.

The family of a woman who died last week from cervical cancer has settled a High Court action. It is understood the settlement was made without admis(...)

Joan Lucey:  died last Friday, just hours after the HSE and the laboratories agreed to begin mediation.

The family of a woman who died before a mediation of her High Court case over cervical smear slides taken 10 years ago are to continue her action. Jo(...)

Joan Lucey: ‘As a district nurse she would have touched the lives of many families’

A retired nurse who died hours before mediation started in her legal challenge against the Health Service Executive over her cervical smear tests coul(...)

Mr Justice Kevin Cross said in the High Court on Thursday the parties should take instructions at the highest level to see if the case can be resolved through mediation.

A High Court judge has urged consideration, at the “highest level”, of mediation in the case of a 73-year old woman with terminal cervical cancer who (...)

It is claimed cytological cell changes  were   allowed develop and spread unidentified until the woman was diagnosed with cervical cancer in July 2019. The claims are denied.

A woman with terminal cervical cancer who is suing in relation to cervical smear slides taken 10 years ago has, through her lawyers, appealed for medi(...)

The woman was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2015 and her cancer recurred last year.

Awoman who is terminally ill with cervical cancer has settled her High Court action over the alleged incorrect reporting of three cervical smear tests(...)

Patricia Carrick was diagnosed with cervical cancer last year and underwent treatment, but she suffered a relapse of the cancer in February and is now terminally ill and receiving palliative care.

The HSE and a testing laboratory have apologised in the High Court to a terminally ill woman over the negligent reading of a smear test. The apology (...)

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