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Screening audits must not descend into a legal blame game

15th December, 2019

A major report into the country’s BreastCheck screening programme is imminent.

As we report today, the expert panel has advised that women who develop breast cancer in the future – and have used the screening programme – should be offered an audit of their screening history.

And, if women consent, they should be offered access to that audit.

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