Published in Women's Health Weekly, September 7th, 1998
Cornelia J. Baines, MD, of the University of Toronto cites "sloppy thinking, fear-mongering, media propaganda and rhetoric, [and distorted] messages from the medical-industrial complex" as major sources of half-truths that lead women astray.
Baines states in the September 1998 issue of "New Choices: Living Even Better After 50" that women have been taught to fear breast cancer instead of learning the facts about it in order to make informed decisions.
For example, she says, women often...
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