Dr Tony Holohan has refused to apologise to the families of the women who died and to the women who are soon to die due to the decision not to disclose to the women the findings of retrospective clinical audits of their cervical cancer checks.
Holohan, who now heads up NPHET, another government quango that has imposed unprecedented Orwellian lockdowns and restrictions on Irish citizens, ostensibly to combat the Chinese virus, did express “regret” over the decision made, at time when he was the chief medical officer in the country, not to inform women that their Cervical cancer tests proved bogus.
When asked about the Cervical cancer coverup that has destroyed so many Irish families at the weekly NPHET briefing the bold faced Holohan said that lessons could be learned from experience of women harmed by the scandal and had “reasonable questions”.
The rambling sidestep from Holohan came after Lynsey Bennett (32),a mother of two young children, and is severally ill with cervical cancer bravely gave a stirring public address on her High Court action over misinterpretation of her cervical cancer check slides.
The public have taken to social media to express their disgust and revulsion at the treatment of the women harmed by this alleged coverup and at Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan, whom the media have been pained to paint as some kind of hero for his handling of the Covid-19 virus, with Ireland now having the highest per-capita case rate in the world.
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