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Submissions to the Gisborne Cervical Screening Inquiry - Last updated 11:20 Wednesday 13 December 2000

Submission of B S Grieve QC

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Submission of B A Corkill

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Submission of Counsel Assisting

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Submission of Affected Women

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Submission of Prue Kapua - Caounsel of Affected Maori Women

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Submission of Cancer Society - Part one

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Submission of Cancer Society - Part two

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Submission of the Ministry of Health and the Health Funding Authority - Part 1

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Submission of the Ministry of Health and the Health Funding Authority - Part 2

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Submission of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia

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Submission of the Regional Ethics Committees

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Submission of the Tairawhiti Regional Ethics Committee

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Submission of Tairawhiti Healthcare Limited

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Submission of Women's Health Action Trust

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Submission of New Zealand Women's Health Information and Resource Trust

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Submission of Michael Botrill

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Submission of Association of Community Laboratories Incorporated

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