Source: Journal of Medical Screening 2012, 19 ( Suppl1), pages 1-82
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Date of publication: October 2012
Publication type: Journal articles
In a nutshell: 10 article supplement offering a systematic assessment of established breast screening programmes. Topics include screening programmes across Europe; different methods of estimating the effect of screening on mortality rates; and the benefit or harms of screening. Taken together these articles are claimed to be the most comprehensive assessment ever compiled of service screening and to illustrate the importance of using actual service data allied with robust statistical analysis, rather than relying chiefly on the results of RCTs.
Length of publication: 82 page pdf (10 articles)
Some important notes: This supplement is open access, no username or password requred.