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25 years on: how the UK NSC has transformed screening for the better

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This article was originally published on the Public Health England screening blog.

The UK National Screening Committee (UK NSC) first met in July 1996. In a blog article to mark the committee’s 25th anniversary, Dr Angela Raffle explains how the UK NSC has helped transform screening for the better from the ‘bad old days’ of haphazard, ineffective and harmful activities.

Visit the UK NSC blog to read Dr Raffle’s article in full.

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