What happens when organization of cervical cancer screening is delayed or stopped?

@article{Lynge2006WhatHW,
  title={What happens when organization of cervical cancer screening is delayed or stopped?},
  author={Elsebeth Lynge and Lene Bj\ork Clausen and Romain Guignard and Paul A Poll},
  journal={Journal of medical screening},
  year={2006},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={41-6}
}
OBJECTIVES Many countries rely on opportunistic screening, and data on its effectiveness are asked for. We assessed the impact on cervical cancer incidence and mortality of opportunistic screening compared with organized screening. SETTING Women aged 30-64 in Denmark, 1973-2002; 16 counties with different screening strategies. METHODS Cumulative incidence and mortality rates for women aged 30-64 by county. Poisson regression of incidence and mortality rates by age, calendar period and… CONTINUE READING

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