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The Science and Technology Committee launches an inquiry into the scientific merits of national health screening programmes. The inquiry will look at whether calls for health screening to be extended to cover conditions such as prostate cancer, lung cancer and post-natal depression are based on solid science.
Science and Technology committee publishes their National Health Screening report
The Committee’s Third Report of Session 2014–15, National Health Screening, will be published on Wednesday 29 October.
This is the final oral evidence session for the Committee’s inquiry into National Health Screening.
Science and Technology Committee hold third evidence session on inquiry into National Health Screening
Committee to look at how risks and benefits of health screening are communicated to the public
Committee to look at the UK National Screening Committee's decision-making process
Science and Technology Committee launches an inquiry to consider the evidence base for health screening in the UK