Plan to introduce HPV cervical screening is delayed by six months
The Department of Health has been informed of the timeline, which is longer than that promised by health minister Simon Harris
The health service plans to introduce HPV cervical screening early next year.
The Department of Health has been informed of the timeline, which is longer than that promised by health minister Simon Harris.
Harris said the new, more accurate test would be rolled out in October. In recent weeks he rowed back slightly, promising it would happen this year.
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