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# vicky phelan

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Patient Safety Bill to be amended after TDs raise concerns
Open disclosure change agreed for Patient Safety Bill
'She achieved a better Ireland': Music and memories at Kilkenny service for Vicky Phelan
Vicky Phelan to be celebrated at a service in her native Mooncoin later today
Vicky Phelan's family invite public to celebration of her life in Co Kilkenny
Private funeral of Vicky Phelan has taken place in Co Clare
The Late Late show will pay tribute to Vicky Phelan during Friday night's programme
TDs pay tribute in the Dáil to 'fearless' Vicky Phelan
Dying with Dignity bill needs more 'teasing out', says Taoiseach
Family pay tribute to Vicky Phelan: 'Her passing will leave a void in our lives'
Book of condolences for Vicky Phelan opened in Limerick
Vicky Phelan: A tenacious, adored campaigner who strengthened the voice of women in Ireland
Cervical cancer campaigner Vicky Phelan has died
'Cinematic' documentary showcases Vicky Phelan's strength and battles
'I had to use my voice': Vicky Phelan awarded the Freedom of Limerick
'I have found peace': Charlie Bird launches charity Croagh Patrick climb
Political system has 'dragged its heels' on right to die debate, says Sinn Féin's McDonald
Campaigner Vicky Phelan to be awarded the Freedom of Limerick
'I'd rather my children have memories with me and if I go sooner, so be it' - Vicky Phelan
Vicky Phelan says she has stopped chemo with aim to 'spend Christmas with my kids'
Vicky Phelan returns to Ireland for palliative care after new tumours end US treatment
Vicky Phelan to return to Ireland after six months of treatment in the US and 'relentless' side effects
'Make sure you have strong passwords' Vicky Phelan urges, after her Instagram account is hacked
Portrait of Vicky Phelan raises over €45,000 for healthcare workers
Vicky Phelan to travel to US for six-month-long clinical trial
CervicalCheck director urges women to trust screening service after 'tough couple of years'
CervicalCheck support group end talks with government as tribunal remains unchanged
CervicalCheck support group tells government 'time is up' to discuss proposed tribunal
'I knew this day would come': Vicky Phelan reveals her cancer has progressed
Vicky Phelan feels 'betrayed' after Department orders establishment of CervicalCheck Tribunal
'Like a slap in the face': Vicky Phelan says women's concerns over CervicalCheck Tribunal have been ignored
'I think Ireland is ready for this': Campaigners welcome result of Dáil vote on assisted dying legislation
'What I am asking is to be given a choice': Vicky Phelan urges politicians to support Dying with Dignity Bill
CervicalCheck campaigners welcome health minister's promises on steering group
Government pledges to improve cervical screening programme
'She was a gentle soul who loved the simple things': Vicky Phelan on the late Ruth Morrissey
Vicky Phelan backs Lorraine Walsh's decision to quit CervicalCheck committee
3 in 5 people in Ireland support the legalisation of euthanasia
'A lack of respect': Vicky Phelan hits out at TDs who didn't attend formal Dáil apology
Taoiseach to deliver State apology to women affected by CervicalCheck scandal