Public Health England Screening asked Cancer Research UK to tell us about their work on informed choice. Sophia Lowes, a health information manager at CRUK, tells us more.
Sophia is a Health Information Manager at Cancer Research UK. The Health Information team develop and disseminate engaging, evidence-based information for the public and key professionals on cancer risk, prevention, early diagnosis and screening. It involves working across and beyond the charity to turn peer-reviewed scientific research into accessible and inspiring information.
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