UK call for routine breast scans for older women
This article was originally published in Clinica
A group of 35 women members of parliament in the UK have called on the government to offer routine breast screening to women over the age of 64. The cross-party group signed a House of Commons motion supporting a call by the charity Age Concern that all women aged 65 and over be automatically invited for screening.
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