The PHE Screening easy read information expert group met again to look at updating our easy read breast screening information and developing new easy read screening invitation letters.
Sharon is a learning disability nurse working in Cornwall. She was previously a primary care liaision nurse and her work is concentrated on the 5 young person and adult screening programmes.
Women with a learning disability who are eligible for breast screening are the least likely to attend, even though it can save their life.
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