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Cancer screening programs can prevent premature death, reduce numbers of people with advanced disease, enable more conservative clinical management and improve survivorship outcomes. However, some forms of screening can also cause significant harms, which need to be weighed against the expected benefits.
In 2014, the Sax Institute assumed responsibility for the NSW Public Health Bulletin and relaunched the publication as the online journal Public Health Research & Practice. A complete archive of past NSW Public Health Bulletin articles is available here.