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RTÉ News has learned that an audit on the CervicalCheck controversy has found that around half of the 206 women affected were not told they may have had a delayed diagnosis and may have benefited from earlier treatment.
The audit also identified more than 12 women who have died, but it has yet to be determined if their death was due to a delayed diagnosis.
A serious incident management team is continuing to gather information from around 13 hospitals on the scale of the controversy.