Data from: Effect of information about the benefits and harms of mammography on women's decision making: the InforMa randomised controlled trial

Montserrat Rue, Pérez-Lacasta MJ., Martínez-Alonso M., Garcia M., Sala M., Perestelo-Pérez L., Vidal C., Codern-Bové N., Feijoo-Cid M., Toledo-Chávarri A., Cardona A., Pons A., Carles M. & Rue M.
Background: In Spain, women invited to breast screening are not usually informed about potential harms of screening. The objective of the InforMa study is to assess the effect of receiving information about the benefits and harms of breast screening on informed choice and other decision making outcomes, in women approaching the age of invitation to mammography screening. Methods: Two-stage randomised controlled trial. In the first stage, 40 elementary territorial units of the public healthcare system...
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