Something that is counterintuitive can be difficult to accept

The bmj paper by Anthony B Miller and colleagues is discussed in BMJ Blogs: The bmj Today – mammography wars and other conflicts by Trevor Jackson, Deputy Editor, BMJ. 11. March 2014.

‘Anyone who questions the value of breast screening programmes must still feel a bit like Galileo did when he championed heliocentrism’ he suggests. – I can vouch for that!

http://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/2014/03/11/the-bmj-today-mammography-wars-and-other-conflicts/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+bmj/blogs+%28Latest+BMJ+blogs%29&g=widget_default

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About bmitzi

Medical writer, author, artist. Cancer campaigner. Aiming always to improve health services and bring compassion into health care.
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