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3 August 2022 — Blog post
More than 300,000 babies in England have already been screened for severe combined immunodeficiency in an evaluation run by the UK NSC and NHS England.
9 August 2022 — News story
The UK NSC is currently running consultations on screening for pre-eclampsia and human T-lymphotropic virus (HTLV) type 1.
4 August 2022 — Blog post
On 5 September, the UK NSC will open its annual call process when any individual or organisation can suggest a new screening programme.
Annual call proposals can now cover targeted and stratified screening as well as population screening.
20 May 2022 — Blog post
Watch video message as Professor Sir Mike Richards officially launches the expanded remit of the UK National Screening Committee.
Prof Richards said: “This is a very exciting time for screening and I am looking forward to this challenge.”
1 August 2022 — Blog post
Find out more about the UK NSC approach to reviewing evidence on the use of artificial intelligence technologies in breast screening.
19 July 2022 — Blog post
Find out how the new Blood Spot Task Group is helping to inform UK National Screening Committee evaluations into screening for rare diseases.
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