Really? Cancer Screening Doesn’t Save Lives?!

A new study asks whether all that stress is for nothing.

F. Perry Wilson, MD MSCE

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If you’re my age or older, and you’re, like me, something of a rule follower — then you’re getting screened for various cancers.

Colonoscopies, mammograms, cervical cancer screening, chest CTs for people with a significant smoking history. The tests are done and…

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F. Perry Wilson, MD MSCE

Medicine, science, statistics. Associate Professor of Medicine and Public Health at Yale. New book “How Medicine Works and When it Doesn’t” available now.