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Bioethics is the product of very particular socio-historical developments. There also is little direct evidence supporting the value of CBE, although there is sufficient inferential evidence to support demonstration projects to determine whether or not it is a cost-effective strategy in settings where mammography screening is not feasible, or not yet feasible.
There are fundamentos salud publica that show that when mammography screening programs are in fundamentos salud publica, CBE provides only small incremental advantages in terms of increased sensitivity. Breast cancer screening, in particular mammography screening, is not without its detractors.
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An additional source of on-going debate fundamentos salud publica to the estimate of the effectiveness of mammography, and the balance of benefits and harms.
While an RCT may be the sine qua non of experimental evidence in the evaluation of screening, an intention-to-treat analysis may significantly underestimate the true effectiveness of screening due to non-adherence with the randomization assignment.
Moreover, when all RCTs are combined to produce a weighted estimate of benefit, the true estimate of effectiveness is further degraded.
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While this sort of comparison is perhaps the most intuitively straightforward, there are a number of methodological pitfalls that lead to incorrect conclusions about the effectiveness of screening.
For example, inSjonell and Stahle62 argued that, despite results from the RCTs showing lower breast cancer mortality associated with an invitation to mammography, widespread screening in Sweden had not demonstrated that same benefit. The failure to distinguish screened and unscreened cohorts also applies to the evaluation of population trends in breast cancer incidence, stage at diagnosis, and mortality after screening has been introduced.
InEsserman et al argued that in the U. Eventually, there should be a return to the pre-screening incidence rate, but with a much more favorable stage distribution due to the down-staging influence of screening.
Without reconciling these observations with the results from the RCTs, they concluded that screening is not very effective at altering the natural history of aggressive disease, and mostly detects less aggressive and indolent i. However, the absence of the theoretical rise and fall of incidence rates with an accompanying stage shift is easily explained by a number of factors that are unique to screening programs in general, but also breast cancer trends in the U.
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The conclusion that much of the excess of early stage disease represents significant overdiagnosis may be explained by the short period of observation, a trend in rising incidence rates, and the expected effect of lead time.
Short term evaluations of population surveillance data are not a sound basis for judging the effectiveness of screening, and policy makers should be cautious when these sorts of evaluations challenge the consistency of evidence from RCTs and carefully conducted observational studies of women exposed to screening.
Too often planners uncritically embrace guidelines and program designs from other countries without careful consideration of the historical and idiosyncratic factors that led to those policy decisions.
In addition, the age-incidence curve, and burden of disease as measured by premature mortality, may suggest different target groups for screening than are targets in other countries.
Guidelines should not be static, but rather should be periodically reconsidered in light of new epidemiological evidence, detection technology, and advances in therapy. Following a careful, evidence-based process, combined with fundamentos salud publica evaluation and feedback on program performance, will insure the most cost-effective delivery of services, and the confidence of the target population and health care workers.