The Cheerful Oncologist talks about the inaccuracy of mainstream health reporting:

One of the frustrations of educating the public about new developments in cancer care is that most people get their information from the mainstream media, which in my opinion often fails to report these stories clearly and accurately. This leads folks to make broad assumptions about cancer and its treatment that can lead to disappointment and disillusion when they are eventually proven to be false.

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  • Anonymous

    Isn’t it annoying when the media only reports the sensational aspects of your profession without the depth required to really understand the issue? And people who should know better take it hook, line, and sinker?


  • Anonymous

    CJD and Elliot are the perfect example of what CJD is saying.

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