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Does screening asymptomatic adults for major disease save lives? It seems not — ScienceDaily

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Does screening asymptomatic adults for major disease save lives? It seems not -- ScienceDaily

Screening doesn’t save lives in adults with no symptoms.

Yet even more (and better) evidence that screening healthy adults for disease is a complete non-starter. You cannot save lives with screening tests even in conditions for which mortality is a common outcome. That would include, you know, life itself.

via Does screening asymptomatic adults for major disease save lives? It seems not — ScienceDaily.


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