Nice to know that international Women's Day made such an impact on you, Unscepted.
Sorry to sound like a stuck record, but NHSE has once again completely failed in its responsibilities. NICE can recommend all it likes, but no comprehensive service can be provided if it is not properly and systematically set up, and then commissioned. Treating people who are at-rick of getting cancer is NOT part of GMS contracts and those responsible for commissioning should look at the gains, look at the risks, and look at the costs, and then decide if it is worthwhile. Until that step in the process is complete women will not get the care that they may benefit from, but that is no more GPs' fault than it is the fault of cardiologists or gynaecologists, who also happen, like us, not to be responsible for this activity.
Locums should add an amount to their invoices to cover this, partners should amend their contracts with salaried GPs to make sure that they are treated fairly. Your LMC will be pleased to help make sure that this happens.
Seeing that being on a statin makes about 3-4 days difference to your date of death I really wouldn't get my knickers in too much of a twist over this, just tell them all to stop smoking, get of their collective backsides and eat food that is real food and not stuff that pretends to be food.