Successes and challenges in population-based cancer screening.

@article{Spayne2015SuccessesAC,
  title={Successes and challenges in population-based cancer screening.},
  author={Mary Spayne and Linda Rabeneck and Lynn Guerriero},
  journal={Healthcare quarterly},
  year={2015},
  volume={17 Spec No},
  pages={16-22}
}
Cancer Care Ontario's (CCO's) organized breast, colorectal and cervical cancer screening programs are in different stages of development and maturity. Headed by clinical and scientific leads, the programs reflect a deep understanding of how to design, evaluate and report on programs based on evidence and best practice. Guided by a CCO-Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care ("the Ministry") joint committee and supported by recent investments in information technology infrastructure, the programs… CONTINUE READING

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