The NHS Wales Screening programme is currently suspended due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Free NHS Screening
Public Health Wales provide free NHS screening tests for a variety of conditions.
What is screening?
Screening looks for early signs of disease or a condition in adults and children who do not have symptoms. Finding a condition early gives you the best chance of early treatment and survival. You may feel well even if you have early signs of a condition. Information about what screening is available can be found in this leaflet.
No screening test is 100% accurate and some conditions may be missed.
If you have any questions about screening, contact your local screening office or your GP. Taking part in screening is your choice. It is important that you understand the benefits and risks of screening before you give your permission to take part. If you need help to understand the information you have been given, contact your local screening office (the contact details will be on the letter you receive).
More information about screening is available at the Screening for Life website.
When you are due for screening, Public Health Wales will send you more information about it, including the benefits and risks. If you are transgender, you may not be sure which screening test you will be offered. You can find more information by here.