Cervical cancer campaigner Stephen Teap (L) has said he is not happy with the “lack of compassion” shown by the Minister for Health for the women who were given incorrect cervical smear test results.

Cervical cancer campaigner Stephen Teap has said he is not happy with the “lack of compassion” shown by the Minister for Health for the women who were(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar  has said a report into the CervicalCheck screening service will not be published until  women involved in the review have been informed of their results. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The report of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists into the CervicalCheck screening service will not be published until all the women(...)

The couple  say they were told there was “no hope” and that the next stage of testing “would make no difference”. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The couple at the centre of the National Maternity Hospital controversy say they were told there was no need for them to wait for a second test result(...)

Layla the dog at a protest in support of the 209 women affected by the Cervical Check scandal  at Leinster House in May. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

About 30 women who had been diagnosed with a type of cervical cancer have contacted the Health Service Executive with concerns after they were written(...)

The HSE had sought the High Court require a woman to undergo a Caesarean section against her will to vindicate the right to life of her unborn child.  The woman has since agreed to have a Caesarean section and the girl was born healthy.

A High Court judge refused to grant the HSE orders forcing a pregnant woman to have a Caesarean section (CS) against her will so as to vindicate the r(...)