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Dr. Tony Holohan stepping aside as Chief Medical Officer to spend time with family over Wife’s illness

Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan has said that he is “taking time out” from his work commitments to be with his family as his wife Emer, who has cancer, has been admitted to palliative care.

He said he wanted to give his “energy, attention and all of my time” to his wife and their children.

Dr Ronan Glynn, the Deputy Chief Medical Officer, has been appointed acting Chief Medical Officer.


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