Informed consent: False positives not a worry in lung cancer study

25 julio 2014

A false positive screen result — a screening test in which initial findings of concern for cancer are later found not to be worrisome — did not cause participants undue anxiety or reduced quality of life, a new study shows. Researchers hypothesize that clear and accurate consent forms prepared patients for these false positive diagnoses.
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