This episode Andrew looks at some evidence around colon cancer screening. Is the gold standard really gold or is it more of a silver color? What will he do when the time comes for colon cancer screening? BIG NEWS: It still doesn't change your all cause mortality.
In this episode Andrew covers for papers in pulm, endocrine, G.I., and radiology/cardiology that should have us all doing it a little differently. As always you can reach me on twitter @andrewbuelt or email at Questioningmedicine@gmail.com
We have all heard of Goldilocks when the bed was too hard, too soft, and then just right. A metaphorical description for the J curve of all things in life. Well exercise is no different. Now let's take a deeper look at how much is too much and how much is too little, but most importantly how much is just right!
In this episode Andrew is back on his motorcycle (riding solo). He covers antibiotics resistance and are people not taking a full course of antibiotics really the problem? This episode is full of sound effects which should keep you listening till the end if the educational piece of it doesn't interest you.
If you have had or think you ever will have a patient with cancer then you need to follow Bishal. His blog on www.ecancer.org has not only changed the way I practice but changed the way I read cancer and drug trials. He is a crusader in oncology world and consistently questioning medicine. In this episode we talk about anti-emetic treatment and quality of life at the end of life. I would give you more details but that would take away from the interview, so without further description just go ahead and hit play already!
In this episode Andrew covers some of the old data around the every day drugs we use for smoking cessation. He also questions big pharma, inserts a plethora of different songs, and the take home from this twenty five minute rant may surprise you.
In this episode Andrew breaks down Anemia. He looks at some of the evidence around two of the most common kinds of Anemia. He looks at a recommendation from the American Family Physician almost 7 years ago. Overall, I think you can say, 'I got a feeling', he is 'moving on up' and 'taking care of business'