In each of these recent medical news reports, there is need for concern that the truth about research has not been told. Because of lack of truth about medical research, many lives are placed at risk. Most people are happy to invest money and time in research. And don't mind their tax dollars being used for finding cures, but what angers me and others, is this nonsense that's going on in some research. When we have researchers lying about their findings and misleading doctors, who depend upon their knowledge to provide patients with the best possible treatments, we should not excuse such behavior.
Listed below, are two medical news reports, that I have read within the last month or so. I have labeled them as, Case #1 and Case #2.
Posted by a medical source
Noted, in a commentary health source report.
Date: October 08, 2011
Posted by news source
Media: News Report
"This is not true," a medical professional, who heads a task force at a college was quoted saying. According to my source of information, this medical professional informed, "We have put a huge amount of time, effort and energy into PSA screening and that time, effort and energy, that passion, should be going into finding a better test instead of using a test that doesn't work."
The recommendation only means that doctors shouldn't bring up the option for healthy men. If a man asks for a PSA test and wants it after being informed of the evidence, he should receive it. Further stating, Panel advises against prostate cancer screening symptoms.
Since this report, there have been those who continue to want these tests done, and voicing their support for them.
This report, leaves us with doubt about what is truth and what is false reporting on the findings of the researchers. Should doctors be trusted to ignore the advice of the panel when they warn against using treatments that are harmful? When research is questioned, who can be trusted?
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