23 April 2024

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Galway East TD Sean Canney says poor healthcare planning tantamount to “committing a crime”

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Galway East TD Sean Canney says poor healthcare planning tantamount to “committing a crime”

Poor healthcare planning in this country is tantamount to “committing a crime”.

That’s according to Galway East Deputy Sean Canney, who spoke in the Dáil during a debate on Ireland’s cancer strategy.

He said it’s a great strategy on paper – but the implementation leaves a lot to be desired.

Deputy Canney said everything is taking far too long to progress – and he used the X-Ray facility in Tuam as an example

 

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