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Irish Medical Organisation and ADHD Ireland speak about the failures in the CAMHS service in Kerry

Gillian chats to Matthew Sadlier Consultant Psychiatrist and IMO Consultant Committee member and Ken Kilbride CEO of ADHD Ireland about the failure in the Kerry CAMHS service and what it could mean for other CAMHS services across the country

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