NHS begins national bowel cancer screening programme - at last
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UK's NHS has begun to roll-out the long-awaited national bowel cancer screening programme, Clinica has learnt. Centres in Wolverhampton and Norwich have begun to issue invitation letters, making them the first of a dozen or so local screening centres due to become operational by early 2007, before gradually expanding into a network of around 90, managed across five regional hubs.
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