Doubt cast on UK cervical cancer treatment
This article was originally published in Clinica
Current practices in cervical screening in the UK lead to women pressured into the screening programme, who are inadequately informed about the risks and, in some cases, receive treatments they may not need, according to an article in the Journal of Medical Ethics (Vol 24, No 3).
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