30 Women Recalled For Breast Screening Over Doctor Concerns

Up to 30 women are to be recalled for breast cancer screenings after five patients treated by the same doctor developed the disease.

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust has identified the group of 30 women from a total of 626 that were seen between 2011 and 2014.

It is understood that the women need "urgent appointments" for reassessment.

The Trust has also launched a "serious incident" inquiry.


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