Women who have transitioned into men and registered as male with their GPs will not be routinely offered NHS screening for breast and cervical cancer, even though they remain at risk of the disease.
Only trans people who register with their GP under their birth sex will automatically be invited to screening appropriate to their former gender, new advice states.
I think it’s very much more to do with this:
Public Health England said that screening invitations were automatically sent by computer, based on a patient’s registered age and sex.
Given the thousands potentially affected it’s cheaper not to do the screening and bugger the consequences than it is to reprogram the computers.