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Vicky Phelan

Mon, 16 September 2019

Vicky Phelan

It's hard to believe it was just over a year ago when Vicky Phelan made an emotionally charged statement from the steps of the Four Courts.

Having refused to sign a non-disclosure agreement in the settlement of her action against the HSE - she unearthed one of the biggest medical and political scandal of our times.

It would emerge Vicky, along with 220 other women, were given false negative results amidst the CervicalCheck scandal. Their cancers could possibly have been preventable.

Since then, Vicky has become a voice for justice on the issue and she has now released her memoir 'Overcoming', which details her remarkable personal story. 

Vicky joined us in the Ireland AM studio this morning.

Watch the full interview below:

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