A student with symptom fibrosis is disappointed with the delay in two and a half years of an interactive unit building.
Mathai Dempsey said the patients at Beaumont Hospital in Dublin had no dedicated facilities.
"There are four to five cissy fibrosis beds in the St Paul ward, I know it's difficult to speed up, but people with Xece fibrosis need to be separated.
"So it's in the same ward with other people with lung diseases.
There are currently seven bed beds for cyst fibrousis patients.
It suggests that every ten thousand people in the European standard should have a person.
At present, 160 patients will be served at Beaumont Hospital.
Matthew from Rahini, North Dublin, said: "Employees and people are wonderful, but there are no facilities.
"There is no need to distribute reading every 5 minutes to prevent infection.
"Our outpatient unit is getting smaller but it is very small and the most important part is the inpatient unit."
By the age of four, a strict daily schedule of alcohol, medicines and medicines is diagnosed.
He said: "I use three different nebulisers and a regular antibiotic in addition to 10 different tablets.
"There are more than two hours of physiology and a chest overview."
Philip Watt, chief of Citizen Fibrosis Ireland, said. The delay in the instable unit is completely unacceptable, he said.
He adds: "The reason why these rooms are so important is that they do not need to take care of, and people are dead.
"This is the last part of the Sicilian fibrosis service in the service sector in Ireland."
The organization has been working to organize an Inpatient Unit at Beaumont Hospital for the past eight years.
It is a great solution to blame the system and the government.
He added: "This is delayed treatment for patients.
"So instead of entering the hospital, their condition is getting worse.
"They'll have to wait a few weeks before they're accepted."
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