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Tag: Dr. Otis Brawley


5-Star Friday: Simplicity


Could finding more cancer lead us to understand risk factors less?

1 12/15/2015

Birds, hares, and tortoises: What do they have to do with the recent news on cancer screening?

1 12/1/2015

A patient’s perspective on recent prostate cancer screening news


Podcast: Pathologic profiling – Dr. Otis Brawley on cancer overdiagnosis


Evidence/balance lacking in Philly story on “Don’t Fear The Finger” campaign


The potential harms of screening – seen this time in lung cancer screening


News story shines light on hospitals promoting questionable screenings


How ugly Twitter can get on health/screening issues


Excellent NY Times piece on cancer screening