In this guest blog, CRUK explains how health professionals have an important role to play in supporting people to make an informed choice to access cancer screening.
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.
An update on the work of the UK National Screening Committee to review the way it considers ethical issues.
Find out about upcoming screening masterclasses and sign yourself up on our new webpage.
In support of Breast Cancer Awareness month, the communications and engagement team at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals has been raising awareness of the signs and symptoms of breast cancer and the importance of attending breast screening appointments.
Find out about the much improved and updated second edition of the Screening: Evidence and Practice book by Angela Raffle, Anne Mackie and Muir Gray.
The UK National Screening Committee evidence team is trialling a new approach to make the process of reviewing evidence for screening more efficient.
The screening masterclass is still going strong nearly 20 years on.
Breast cancer survivor Gill Phillips describes how screening found her cancer very early so that it could be treated quickly and that she now has the rest of her life to enjoy.
This article explains the benefits of local screening services using the national screening leaflets rather than producing their own information. It also describes the remit of Public Health England in terms of screening information produced by third parties outside of the NHS and government.