McManus, Liz

Tuesday, 7 March 2000

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 515 No. 6

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Order of Business.

It is some time since the Minister for Health and Children promised prompt action in establishing an inquiry on the retention of babies' organs by hospitals following post mortems. The Government's po...More Button

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Private Members' Business. - Tobacco (Health Promotion and Protection) (Amendment) Bill, 1999: Second Stage.

I wish to share time with Deputies Stagg and O'Shea. I compliment the Minister for Health and Children. One difference which is evident over his predecessor is that he has got a new speech writer. Nob...More Button

Written Answers. - Family Courts.

Asked the minister: if he has considered the possibility of moderating the operation of the in camera rule as it applied to family law cases to secure greater public awareness of the nature and scale of the issues dealt ...More Button

Written Answers. - Prison Health Care.

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to the recent comments made by a person (details supplied) of the drugs detox unit at Mountjoy Prison that a hepatitis C epidemic was sweeping drug abusers; his views o...More Button

Written Answers. - Organ Retention.

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to difficulties being experienced by parents, whose baby was cremated and whose organs were retained by Our Lady's Hospital, Crumlin, Dublin 12, in their efforts to hav...More Button

Asked the minister: the arrangements, if any, being put in place to ensure that hospitals have the proper facilities for disposal of organs where parents are leaving the responsibility for disposal of organs to the hospi...More Button


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