Paul and Ruth Morrissey, of Kylemore, Schoolhouse Road, Monaleen, Co Limerick pictured at the Four Courts. Photograph: Collins Courts

The State Claims Agency said on Friday it is seeking a resumption of mediation in the case being taken by Ruth Morrissey and her husband in the High C(...)

Vicky and Jim Phelan with solicitor Cian O’Carroll in April, following the announcement of Ms Phelan’s High Court settlement. Photograph: Collins Courts

Fourteen new cases involving women affected by the CervicalCheck cancer screening controversy have been lodged in the High Court over the past month. (...)

Ruth Morrissey, whom the court was told may only have between one to two years to live, said the news of her prognosis was devastating. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A 37-year-old woman with breast and cervical cancer, who is suing over the alleged misinterpretation of two of her cervical smears tests, has told the(...)

Paul and Ruth Morrissey, of Kylemore, Schoolhouse Road, Monaleen, Co Limerick, are  pictured at the Four Courts on Wednesday. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A woman with breast and cervical cancer has begun her High Court action over alleged misinterpretation of two cervical smear tests as part of the Cerv(...)

The practice of sending smear tests to the US has been criticised in recent weeks as the CervicalCheck controversy came to light. Photograph: Getty Images.

A US-based laboratory has been paid more than €6.5 million over the past two years to analyse smear tests for CervicalCheck, the State’s cervical canc(...)

Women, including  Emma Mhic Mhathúna (above) had sought the production of cervical smear slides taken from them so that appropriate pathologists and clinicians could study and report on them. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Progress has been made in actions brought by three women affected by the CervicalCheck controversy, including Kerry woman Emma Mhic Mhathúna, the High(...)

The Government’s approval ratings have slumped in recent weeks, with a large decline among women in the wake of the cervical cancer screening scandal.(...)

Ireland’s cervical screening programme, CervicalCheck, uses three principal laboratories to process screenings: MedLab Pathology,  Quest Diagnostics  and the Coombe Hospital. File photograph: iStockPhoto

CPL laboratories, the US company at the centre of the cervical cancer screening scandal in Ireland, has declined to comment on the deepening controver(...)

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