Guest Post: PSA Screening Still a Bad Idea

One of the unsung heroes of modern medicine is Richard J. Ablin, professor in the Pathology Department of the University of Arizona. The discoverer of prostate-specific antigen (PSA), Dr. Ablin has spent decades warning doctors and the public that the PSA test is not only useless for population screening for prostate cancer, but is incredibly harmful. For every man whose life is saved via early detection of a deadly tumor, dozens are maimed by treatments for tumors that were never going to hurt them. Read more »

A Historic Health Conference with Dr Pam Popper: PYP 178

Dr Pam Popper is founder and president of Wellness Forum Health, and a four-time guest on this podcast. This week we talk about the upcoming Wellness Forum Health annual conference - specifically, the significance of the first-ever meeting between two of the most important health researchers of the past 50 years: T. Colin Campbell and Thomas Seyfried. Read more »