"Within five years it would be able to become current with masstestning, so-called screening, to detect prostate cancer in men. It writes the national Board of health in a new report commissioned by the government, according to Svenska Dagbladet."
"the Authority has, despite the pressure, up until recently said no to using the current PSA test, on the grounds that it can lead to överdiagnostik and that the method is too uncertain. But now writing to the health Board that it may be possible with screening and provide for the SvD that extensive research is underway to develop and test additional methods, which could improve the situation relatively quickly."
"The report also mentioned that within five years would be able to be current with screening to detect the cancer in the lungs. Used screening for breast and cervical cancer screening and this year the tests of the colon and rectum are introduced for people aged between 64 and 74 years."