Dr. Jean Seely's publication appearance in Aunt Minnie

Posted on Thursday, March 3, 2022

​​​​​​The Canadian National Breast Screening Study (CNBSS) trials conducted in the 1980s should not be used to inform policymakers in light of 29 eyewitness accounts, according to a review published March 29 in the Journal of Breast Imaging. Research led by Dr. Jean Seely made the case that the trials are not scientifically valid when it comes to showing how effective screening mammography is, with eyewitness testimonials alleging violations in the randomized control process as well as faulty equipment used and inadequately trained staff.

Supporting information: Errors in Conduct of the CNBSS Trials of Breast Cancer Screening Observed by Research Personnel

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