More than 2,000 people have turned to HSE's CervicalCheck helpline, the HSE has confirmed.
The counseling center was founded on Friday morning and was set up for women who had concerns about the results of their cervical screening.
They also reported that an investigation of 206 cases of cytology audits that suggested a different outcome than the original was "well advanced" in recent days and will largely be completed by tomorrow.
You said In a Statement: "The HSE Serious Incident Management Team (SIMT), founded on Friday, April 27, 2018, met twice today to advance a full review of 206 cases in the CervicalCheck program.  "These 206 cases relate to cytology audits that indicate a different outcome to the original and recommend an earlier study.
" The review was a challenge as it verified certain information from 13 sites The country was very responsive to the request for information and the review has progressed well over the weekend.
"It is expected that it will be – for the most part – completed tomorrow." The chairman of the SIMT will present the review of DG HSE. "
The statement goes on to say "After the review, all women who have been found to have been contacted are not yet contacted.
" These women will be contacted during the next day and will be scheduled to go on weekdays to discuss the results of the audit.
"This will probably be a complex task due to the number and complexity of the availability of contact persons, some of whom are temporarily or permanently out of competence.
" The SIMT was informed that the hotline is very busy again today was. From 13:30 there were 614 contacts.
"The callbacks to these callers have begun, and each callback is expected to take between 10 and 30 minutes, depending on the nature of the call.
"After close of business, it is expected that over 2,000 calls will be made by the
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This comes when Vicky Phelan claimed that three Irish women whose wipe test results needed to be tested , died.
In a detailed interview In today's Sunday Independent, Ms. Phelan reveals that she was told in September 2017 that one in 10 women whose test results were examined in 2014 asked her if one of them had died.
"[My doctor] told me he knew about three."
Over the week in politics at RTÉ Health Minister Simon Harris said he did not know how many women died in connection with the failure of the cervical cancer tests.
Former Clinical Director of CervicalCheck, dr. Gráinne Flanelly stepped back from her position last night.
She told the HSE of her intention to resign and say sorry for the recent events that caused distress and concern for women.
Dr. Flannelly said she had decided to move aside so that the service could continue its important work.
"I would like to announce tonight that I have made a decision to depart from my role as Clinical Director of CervicalCheck with immediate effect.
" I am sorry that the recent events have caused unrest and concern for women , I have decided to retire so that the program can continue its important work.
"I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of CervicalCheck's doctors, nurses and program staff for their continued hard work and dedication"
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Earlier, Health Minister Simon Harris said he had lost confidence in senior management in CervicalCheck
A temporary medical team was set up to examine patient records and summaries with the goal of getting all the information
Ms. Phelan, the terminally ill woman whose false test result is cancer A light on the CervicalCheck program, has revealed that Health Minister Simon Harris has personally called her to apologize.
Ms. Phelan revealed in The Ray D & # 39; Arcy Show on RTÉ 1 Last Night, when Minster Harris called her to apologize personally for what had befallen her.
"As soon as I heard the voice, I knew who it was and said hello Vicky, this is Simon Harris," said Ms. Phelan.
"I just wanted to call you personally to apologize for what happened to you, but he also wanted to thank me for encouraging women to cut corners and promote the cervical cancer screening program ", he said.
I said to him, look basically, what happened to me is terrible. I believe in the program, cervical smears save women's lives and what I do not want is more women being diagnosed with cervical cancer and I thought it was important that I come out and say that because I believe people are listening to me would rather than the HSE at the moment. "