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A Sligo Councillor says the practice of hiring private debt collectors to pursue cancer patients bills needs to end. Independent Councillor, Marie Casserly says patients without a medical card or private health insurance must pay €80 for each chemotherapy session to a maximum of €800 a year. Speaking to OceanFM…

A local cancer survivor says she was horrified to hear on the news this morning that debt collection agencies are threatening some patients with legal action if they don’t pay bills for their hospital treatment. It involves people who don’t have a medical card or health insurance. The Irish Cancer…

A Donegal Health campaigner has hit out at the manager of Letterkenny University Hospital and the Saolta Hospital group for failing to be upfront about the situation facing cancer patients. Betty Holmes of the Donegal Action for Cancer Care met with the Minister for Health and senior health officials including…