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Category: Screening


‘Love your lungs’? Exaggerated screening claims seem more out of step than ever


Breast center marketing pitch via reporter’s live-streamed mammogram was a bad idea


What you need to know about hospitals nationwide promoting free hernia screenings


With free brain tumor screening, the road to early detection may be filled with potholes


5-Star Friday: Simplicity


Podcast: The polluted stream of health care information


These prostate cancer screening campaigns are giving men the finger

2 9/6/2018

Why one woman’s emotional plea for early colon cancer screening may harm instead of help


More prizes for prostates: Tulane promotes PSA testing with football memorabilia, photo-ops

4 8/16/2018

Too Much Medicine: A small medical conference with a big impact