Jan 23, 2022

Artificial Epidemics: How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression (Kindle Single)

Artificial Epidemics: How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression (Kindle Single) By {author, Artificial Epidemics: How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression (Kindle Single) Best Read || [Stewart Justman] Artificial Epidemics: How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression (Kindle Single) Best Read || [Stewart Justman] - Artificial Epidemics: How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression (Kindle Single), Artificial Epidemics How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression Kindle Single Early detection has become a cardinal principle of medical treatment in our time But how effective is it in controlling two conditions that have reached near epidemic proportions in the United Statesp

  • Publisher‏:‎ Now and Then Reader, LLC (January 23, 2012)
  • Publication date‏:‎ January 23, 2012
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 270 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Not Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 27 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Enabled

Artificial Epidemics: How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression (Kindle Single) Best Read || [Stewart Justman], Artificial Epidemics: How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression (Kindle Single), Stewart Justman, Artificial Epidemics How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression Kindle Single Early detection has become a cardinal principle of medical treatment in our time But how effective is it in controlling two conditions that have reached near epidemic proportions in the United Statesprostate cancer and depression In this trenchant appraisal of what he calls medic

Artificial Epidemics: How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression (Kindle Single)

Artificial Epidemics: How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression (Kindle Single) Best Read || [Stewart Justman] Artificial Epidemics: How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression (Kindle Single) Best Read || [Stewart Justman] - Artificial Epidemics: How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression (Kindle Single), Artificial Epidemics How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression Kindle Single Early detection has become a cardinal principle of medical treatment in our time But how effective is it in controlling two conditions that have reached near epidemic proportions in the United Statesp Artificial Epidemics: How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression (Kindle Single)

  • Artificial Epidemics: How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression (Kindle Single) Best Read || [Stewart Justman]
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Artificial Epidemics: How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression (Kindle Single)

751 thought on “Artificial Epidemics: How Medical Activism Has Inflated the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer and Depression (Kindle Single)

  1. I found this book in response to research about the nocebo effect, because of my concerns about exaggeration of the current pandemic It s a very short but sweet overview of over diagnosis and medical activism in prostate cancer and depression, which has great relevance for the current pandemic


  2. I found the two examples in this book that delineate the attempt by the medical community and pharmaceutical houses to find epidemics where only a disease exists Too often an epidemic or an illness is created by the medical and pill complex A play on Eisenhower s Military industrial complex In the case of prostate cancer it is the push for screening programs using the PAS tests a test that has both false negative and false positive results and which in many patients causes unnecessary worry or u [...]


  3. This is not an area I have much knowledge in and I found this book extremely interesting and informative It raises some important points that should be addressed and definitely, the first step is to spread knowledge about the artificial epidemics, the way this book does, in clear and concise language A must read.


  4. This was interesting and well written.It certainly creates an opportunity to study.It would be a great discussion starter for a course in med school, pharmacology, ethics, etc.This is something that the medical insurance companies should look at also.


  5. He makes a good case, but makes it over and over again It started well but became rather repetitious which led to my turning off I got to the end but not because the book held me but because I respect the effort that goes into research and writing such material.


  6. Initially the book started off well but to me seemed to be repetitive and not bringing forth clearly information on how Medical Activism has Inflated the dagnosis of both Prostate Cancer and Depression I have put it aside and will have another look at some other stage Perhaps I was just in need light reading at the time.


  7. A lot of common sense in this script.My consultant may look out during my next visit, he s going to be on mastermind.Hope he has the answers.


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