Our risk factors for cancer, such as age, gender and family history, determine how often we get screened. But two widely regarded cancer experts are arguing that the more people get screened, the more cancers we find and treat — and that might not be a good thing.
Cancer Experts: Widespread Screening, Overdiagnosis May Be Skewing Our Understanding Of Risk
By editor • Jan 3, 2018
Originally published on January 3, 2018 4:03 pm
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