HUNTINGDONSHIRE'S newest MP will set out on Friday to try to improve women's chances of recovering from breast cancer. Shailesh Vara, who was elected only last May as MP for North West Cambridgeshire, is looking to change the law to increase the screening periods for women to improve the prospects of an early diagnosis. At present, women between 50 and 70 are invited by hospitals for a free screening every three years. Mr Vara wants to increase it to include women aged from 45 to 75. He will be putting his Private Member's Bill to the House of Commons on Friday, and is hoping to convince the Government to adopt it in its own health policy.