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Significant variation in performance does not reflect the effectiveness of the cervical cancer screening programme in Finland.
AIM To characterise the variation in performance indicators of the Finnish cervical screening programme by screening laboratory and to assess whether the performance affects cervical cancer… Expand
A randomised public‐health trial on automation‐assisted screening for cervical cancer in Finland: Performance with 470,000 invitations
- P. Nieminen, Laura Kotaniemi, +6 authors A. Anttila
- International journal of cancer
- 1 June 2005
Our objective was to evaluate automation‐assisted screening, in comparison to the conventional method, in a routine population‐based cervical cancer‐screening programme. Our study is based on an… Expand
Randomized evaluation trial on automation-assisted screening for cervical cancer: Results after 777,000 invitations
- P. Nieminen, L. Kotaniemi-Talonen, +5 authors A. Anttila
- Journal of medical screening
- 1 March 2007
Objectives: New cervical screening methods have been developed. They seem to become accepted in routine use without randomized trials, within existing screening programmes. Our aim was to evaluate,… Expand