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Tag: American Cancer Society

7 5/31/2018

Many journalists fail to question new Cancer Society colorectal cancer screening guidelines

15 2/26/2016

Colonoscopies: America’s gold standard, while Canada says they’re not justified


What were main take-home messages of new ACS mammography guidelines?


How ugly Twitter can get on health/screening issues


Roundup of some reactions to NEJM mammography overdiagnosis analysis


Prevention magazine editor promotes ovarian cancer screening despite lack of evidence


ACS official: Headlines Don’t Reflect The Results In Screening Mammography Study


Poll shows many women in their 40s unaware of revised mammography recommendations


Free Throat, Head, Neck Cancer Screenings Promoted Without Full Info