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‘The doctor told me I would lose my eye, part of my jaw, and most of my cheek’ – Dublin woman shares mouth cancer story

Over the following years had multiple basal cell carcinomas and keratocysts removed. This, she says, “had one advantage – I was a regular patient of Prof Gerry Kearns, maxillofacial consultant in St James’s”. In October 2016, Mairead, from Dublin, was in St James for another routine operation, to remove a keratocyst, when she mentioned to… Read More »

Dublin warns medicine supply threatened by no-deal Brexit – The Guardian

Ireland Dublin warns medicine supply threatened by no-deal Brexit More than half of Ireland’s medicines come from or are transited via the UK Follow the day’s political developments – live updates The Irish government has said the country’s medicine supply will be threatened by a no-deal Brexit, with more than half of the 4,000 medicines… Read More »