Some Sort of Little Precedent


Five years ago this month, the government of Newfoundland called a judicial inquiry into the breast cancer pathology scandal in that province.  425 women were affected. Some died. Karin Wells talks with two of the women, Minnie Hoyles and Patricia Sweeney. Outrage and good humour, in equal measure, have carried them through their illness and the imbroglio of the legal system.

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