PHE Screening has published updated information on 7 conditions screened for as part of the NHS Fetal Anomaly Screening Programme (FASP).
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We have updated our chorionic villus sampling (CVS) and amniocentesis: information for parents resource and now published it in digital HTML format.
As part of our preparations for moving towards providing information in a digital format, we have been running focus groups. This article fills you in about what people have been telling us so far.
PHE Screening has published new information and resources to support people with learning disabilities with bowel cancer screening. There is an updated easy guide to having a colonoscopy, a new easy guide to having a CTC scan and new guidance.
Primary HPV screening has now been fully rolled out and is being offered across England. This significant landmark will improve screening by identifying more women at risk of cervical cancer.
We’ve created a short guide on how to create shortcuts to screening resources.
We have published updated guidance for GPs and well men aged 50 and over about prostate specific antigen (PSA) testing for prostate cancer.
Check out our new digital version of the national audiology leaflet for parents of babies referred from screening.
The film aims to take the fear out of breast screening and make it more accessible for women with learning disabilities.
Information gained from an NHS evaluation will inform a final UK National Screening Committee recommendation on whether screening for SCID should become part of the newborn blood spot screening programme.