Earlier this year, The Agenda featured an interview with journalist Renee Pellerin about her new book, ,Conspiracy of Hope., The gist of the book is that too many women are going for unnecessary mammograms. It was a controversial book and prompted a dissenting email to the show from Dr. Paula Gordon, a clinical professor in the radiology department at the University of British Columbia, and senior radiologist at the Sadie Diamond Breast Program at B.C. Women's Hospital and Health Care. So, in the interest of equal time, The Agenda welcomes Dr. Gordon for the other side of the debate.
Episode:
Health Care and the Election; The Breast-Screening Debate
Aired:
Oct 17, 2019
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