Swedish government criticises breast screening study
This article was originally published in Clinica
Sweden's National Board of Health and Welfare has no intention of changing its policy on national breast screening. This is despite the recent publication of a study which showed that breast screening in Sweden has failed to have a significant impact on breast cancer mortality (see Clinica No 848, p 5).
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