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Zorzi et al 1 are to be commended for their timely analysis of the impact of using a faecal immunochemical test (FIT) on colorectal cancer mortality in their screening programme. The 24% colorectal cancer mortality reduction they report will surely give impetus to efforts to introduce FIT into other screening programmes. As they rightly observe, the impact of these newer screening tests is likely only to be determined from observational studies such as their study rather than further randomised trials.
Nevertheless, some …
Contributors RFL and SPH both contributed to the drafting of this letter.
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