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      Daniel Roberts

        Breaking down barriers to cancer screening can be done in various ways

        Research suggests that not speaking English well can be a barrier to taking up screening, so translating information could help. Actions such as making appointments more flexible and using personalised reminders and re-invitations for people who haven’t responded have been found to help increase screening uptake in populations. Working with existing communities and networks could help combat fear and stigma

        talking openly about cancer, asking questions and finding answers are ways to break down stigmas surrounding cancer

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