Bowel-cancer screening pilot to begin in England
The test can detect abnormal growths caused by cancer
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is to announce pilots of a bowel-cancer screening programme that could save 3,000 lives a year.
From March, Norwich, South of Tyne, St Mark's London, Surrey, West Kent and Wolverhampton NHS trusts will offer screening to everyone aged over 55.
The screening involves a thin, bendy...published on December 11th, 2012 at 10:08