In Shift, Cancer Society Has Concerns...

In Shift, Cancer Society Has Concerns on Screenings

There are 2 comments on the New York Times story from Oct 21, 2009, titled In Shift, Cancer Society Has Concerns on Screenings. In it, New York Times reports that:

The American Cancer Society , which has long been a staunch defender of most cancer screening, is now saying that the benefits of detecting many cancers, especially breast and prostate, have been overstated.

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Gail Perry

Gibsonton, FL

#1 Oct 21, 2009
What a bunch of BS!!!!!

Detected early, breast cancer has a survial rate of up to 95%. That's up there with non-melanoma skin cancer.

Most prostate cancers are benign and slow-growing. Some are fast and aggressive. I personally know prostate cancer can kill, because it killed my father at the relatively young age of 69.

These double messages are terribly damaging. Get those exams.
Marquise
#2 Sep 23, 2013
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