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Cancer decision aid? I smell a very large rat

Posted by: beyondtheheadlinesThu, 25 Sep 2014

Dr Martin Brunet

Are we aware of the consequences of raising awareness?

Posted by: beyondtheheadlinesFri, 9 May 2014

If we all responded in a predictable way to data input, campaigns would work a treat - but people are far more complicated than that, writes Dr Martin Brunet

Would we have the nerve?

Posted by: beyondtheheadlinesMon, 17 Feb 2014

If there was conclusive data that cancer screening did more harm than good could we really abandon it? Dr Martin Brunet asks the tough questions

Cancer diagnosis - woeful performance, or the reality of general practice?

Posted by: beyondtheheadlinesMon, 9 Dec 2013

The Two Week Rule for cancer referrals may be a commendable target, but sometimes it isn’t always possible - or necessary, says Dr Martin Brunet.

Cancer results cannot be measured in the same way as goals in football

Posted by: beyondtheheadlinesWed, 18 Sep 2013

It’s not a simple as winners vs losers when it comes to measuring patient experience of cancer treatment, says Dr Martin Brunet