Emphasis on cancer screenings worries health experts

07/17/2009 | NYTimes.com

Many types of cancer screenings are promoted by politicians, athletes and advocacy groups, but most screenings haven't been proven to reduce the risk of death in people who don't have specific symptoms or risk factors. Health experts worry the emphasis on blanket screenings will result in needless testing and unnecessary treatment that drives up health care costs.

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