Peso....Can't figure out how to reply to your question, so will try here.
The USPSTF has already circulated its draft recommendation for comment. The USPSTF gave its recommendation an "A" rating, meaning there is substantial evidence that its recommendation will highly likely benefit those affected. This is its top rating and almost certain to be implemented. The two articles in the NEJM used the term "poised to release," my only indication of when it will go into effect. BTW, the draft recommendation also includes all pregnant women ( roughly 4 million U.S. births annually). Its draft recommendation also endorsed rapid screening tests.