A Note on the sensititivities of self-reporting and screen detection of primary breast tumours
Screening programs for breast cancer are widely used to reduce the impact of breast cancer in populations. For example, the South Australian Breast X-ray Service, BreastScreen SA, established in 1989, is a participant in the National Program of Early Detection of Breast Cancer. BreastScreen SA has collected information on both screening-detected and interval or self-reported cases, which enables the estimation of various important attributes of the screening mechanism. In this paper, a tailored...[Show more]
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