Position paper warns that the ‘current system of assessing new medicines in Ireland is not working’, with the country ranked bottom of 13 western European states in its speed of bringing new cancer medicines to patients

Trials of new drugs for lymphoma, testicular cancer and endometrial cancer have been unable to open in Ireland because of a cut in funding for cancer (...)

Fabry disease is a rare condition  where the body does not break down a particular type of fat, which then builds up in cells of blood vessels and organs

Eight years ago I met Colin O’Reilly in Dublin. He spoke to me for a piece in The Irish Times about a rare condition called Fabry disease, where the b(...)