Research Brief: “How a charity oversells mammography”

Professors Steven Woloshin, MD, and Lisa M. Schwartz, MD, of the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, published “How a charity oversells mammography” in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) [2012;345:e5132] that criticized the breast cancer charity Susan G. Komen for the Cure for exaggerating and . . . → Read More: Research Brief: “How a charity oversells mammography”

The new religion: screening at your parish church

“The new religion: screening at your parish church.” By Charles Warlow, British Medical Journal

Unusually for me, I went to church. On a Monday. Not to ask forgiveness or to sing a hymn, or to be instructed from the pulpit, but to be screened. After all, if Liverpool Anglican Cathedral can be a . . . → Read More: The new religion: screening at your parish church