Mammogram Dilemma: Screening Depends on Personal Risk
By JoNel Aleccia
A new review of 50 years’ worth of studies assessing the value of mammograms finds that the benefits are often overstated, the harms are minimized — and that decisions about screening must be tailored to individual risks and personal preferences
Nothing Personal: Disturbing Undercurrents in Cancer Care
Used in medical education.
Includes referenced discussion sections for evidence-based practice.
- Medical Journalists' Association Open Book Award
"A landmark for the patient voice"
- Macmillan Cancer Support
"A remarkable book... essential reading for all who deal with cancer patients - health professionals, politicians, health service developers, carers and, of course, patients themselves... will surely inspire change."
- Professor Karol Sikora in his foreword.