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Finding some gems among the rubble of daily health news

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It’s worth noting and reading the following.

• The Associated Press continued its overtreatment series with “Overtreating Earliest Cancers – But Which Ones?

• The New York Times reports, “Targeted Therapies for Cancer Bring Hope and Failure.

• The Time magazine wellness blog (and a few other news organizations) picked up on an issue I wrote about yesterday – from this week’s Archives of Internal Medicine: “Are doctors screening for cervical cancer too often?

• And the Chicago Tribune had an important story, “Government moves to oversee at-home genetic tests.

Our admiration goes out to the individuals, teams and news organizations responsible for these stories.

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