Non ho ancora letto sui mass-media italiani nessun riferimento su quanto si legge su The Guardian, di cui ecco l’Incipit:
“Breast cancer screening programmes have yet to show a reduction in the number of women who die from the disease, researchers say. A study suggests there is no evidence that screening women for breast cancer has an effect on mortality”.
Subito dopo una desolante notizia:
“In response to the controversy, the Department of Health commissioned a review into the risks and benefits in 2011. The independent panel concluded there was a 20% relative reduction in mortality from breast cancer in women invited to screening. But the latest research, published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, contests the findings “.
Ma alla fine, Pilato vince nell’Era dei Lumi Spenti:
“The most in-depth study of breast screening to date remains the recent independent breast screening review, which comprehensively looked at all available evidence. It concluded that screening does save lives by helping to detect breast cancers earlier.
“The quicker women are diagnosed the better their treatment options so we encourage all women to continue to attend screening when invited to do so”.
Come vedete la Scienza non dimostra assolutamente nulla, come afferma G. Bateson nel suo ormai classico “Nature and Mind”.
Di seguito il mio commento-accusa:
Stagnaro 11 June 2013 3:33pm
There is a general agreement that CVD, T2 DM, and Cancer, including breast cancer, are today’s growing epidemics. Unfortunately, the so-called Authorities of all NHSs do not say that Constitution-Dependent, Inherited Real Risks do really exist, bedside recognized, i.e., with a stethoscope, from birth, and removed by Quantum Therapy: References on request.