The reality of sex - Irish Journal of Medical Science (1971 -)
Irish Journal of Medical Science (1971 -) -
‘Jade Goody’s death prompted me to attend cervical screening — and it saved my life’
Every year about 300 people in Ireland will develop cervical cancer, and sadly around 90 will die from the disease. It affects mostly those in the 30 to 50 age bracket and anyone who has ever been sexually active is at risk, despite their sexual orientation.
Participants able to self-identify their sex in Scottish census
People in Scotland will be able to self-identify their sex in next year’s census, official guidance has said.
Legal system is just too blunt: it is time to take family out of the courtroom
A court finally intervened last week to stop a man using our legal system to beat up his ex-wife. He had been doing it for almost two decades, the Court of Appe

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Letters to the Editor: Trans rights issues are going under the radar
Letters to the Editor: Trans rights issues are going under the radar
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