November 2, 2011

MORE SUSPICION ABOUT THE MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT’S SUDDEN FLIPFLOP ON THE IMPORTANCE OF EARLY DETECTION: Reader Mike Pendray writes:

Remember when the NYT had that article about how men living longer was going to be a burden to society?

Your wife blogged about it here.

Looks like it’s all coming together. Cutting screening for prostate cancer would certainly help mitigate that problem. Figure the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) might have read that? Wonder what other medical conditions primarily affecting men approaching their retirement (and therefore unproductive) years they will decide don’t warrant preventative screening?

See, when you politicize health care, the suspicion is that all health care decisions are political.

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