Vital Irish health research ‘being terminated’

By Catherine Reilly | August 20, 2019

Important health research projects that could lead to “life-changing therapies” are being terminated due to new Irish data protection regulations, the RCPI’s Faculty of Pathology has warned. In a statement to the Medical Independent (MI) the Faculty said it was concerned about the impact that new data protection legislation and Health Research…

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