Cancer screening aims to reduce the death rate from the disease in society by applying mass-scale, population-based, detection tests to large numbers of healthy, asymptomatic people.
Government-run programmes in Ireland now screen approximately 500,000 citizens annually for cervical, breast and bowel cancer, at a cumulative annual cost of €71 million.
The type of tests that can be deployed on such huge scales must of necessity be relatively quick, simple and affordable. The actual benefit for an...
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