CervicalCheck victory of Vicky Phelan has directed the government to make the treatment available for women over Ireland.
Drug, pembrolizumab, significantly shrunk Ms Phelan's cancer killer in just three doses.
Pembrolizumab is offered to 221 women who were killed by the CervicalCheck scandal.
But the campaign says the treatment should be available to all women who need it.
The Kilkenny mother said they felt innocent that they had access, while others did not.
Mrs. Phelan said to Claire Byrne: "For me it is a non-brainer if you can get this medicine and your high score and your tumor will respond, you can live with this disease."
The mother of two, who now lives in Annacotty in Limerick, has increased the scandal after she has found a high court against # 39; the HSE and Clinical Laboratories Inc, Austin, Texas on fatigue smarret tests.
The pembro medical treatment costs € 8,500 for one dosing every three weeks.
The police are advised to take two years.
Another woman who talked about the program was Aine Morgan of Co Galway who said pembro was her only option, to come by chemo and radiotherapy.
Ms Morgan called for the drug to get part of a clinical problem, to have their exponential costs.
The treatment is provided by the HSE for patients who meet specific criteria with particular types of melanoma and cervix.
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