A new study suggests that YouTube videos about prostate cancer do not require the screen or think of cancers able to vaccinate herbs or their herbs.
In recent years, health information – Americans are more important to doctors than substitute their real physicians.
About 60% spend time looking for medical problems online.
If you try a new meal, it's the Internet of information (no verification) that can be useful.
But oxygen cancers are very high in patients. There are people who choose alternative treatments like chemotherapy.
A new study at New York University found that 77% of YouTube videos which are most visible in 150 videos of prostate cancer have been misleading or impractical information. It is unnecessarily aggressive and dangerous – surgeries.
YouTube has half a million YouTube videos about cancer prostate cancer, but a new study suggests that 77 percent of people may mislead their millions of viewers
About 165,000 new prostate cancer has been found in the US every year.
People with skin cancer are the most common form of prostate cancer in American men. It may be new disease patients or men who are likely to be diagnosed.
Why do lots of prostate cancer videos have too many views on YouTube.
The popular platform has over 60000 prostate cancell videos – more than in Milwaukee and Wisconsin.
Each of them has 45,000 views, but some have 1.3 million views.
However, many of those videos contain incorrect information that researchers at New York University have found, or do not follow US guidelines to speak to patients about cancer, or to deal with confused medical conditions.
Perhaps, most of the standards of viewpoints are low quality viewership, so vice versa are the most inaccessible videos for patients to understand.
About a quarter of videos about promotion show a bias towards new technology, about 20 percent of indirect treatments (helpful, but not as normal treatments) or alternative treatments are dangerous
For example, a video was stabilizing the prostate for the treatment of cancer. There are more than 300,000 perspectives in the field of study and enrollment. Stacy Loeb said.
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& # 39; Prostate Cancer & # 39; UCLA Health has also uploaded a person who is looking for today (without a commercial video showing a teenager in a thumbnail). Urologist Dr. Mark Litvin, former Major League Baseball player, Steve Garvey
Dr. Litvin Willie-Enley, a prostate cancer screening discourage. As Garvey has said, more than half doctors. Considering the virtues of Litvin and UCLA, it is self-described as a disciple of UCLA's prostate awareness work.
The video passes one of NYU's major litmus test.
The reason is older than the latest guidelines.
In 2012, the US Preventive Services Task Force recommends cancer screening for all men.
Last year, it changed. Doctors have suggested that the Task Force doctors and patients should be examined instead.
Doctor Litvin on the 45 minute video says that patients and their doctors should not be examined or given priority.
Doing so, Dr. Litvin & # 39; Share & # 39; Pending Decision & # 39; Or a coordinated planning between doctors and patients, suggesting current prostate cancer screening guidelines.
Only about half of the 150 programs related to this scrutiny have been discussed.
"Prostate cancer cancers are very fast and dynamic," says Dr. Loeb. & # 39;
This means we are making more discoveries, more drugs are allowed and the guidelines have been changing over the years. The information will not be the truth even three years ago.
UCLA's video highlights a violent treatment plan (though it is best for Garvin). Litvin's methods can be discussed in favor.
Took a comment.
The 40-minute video of this forty-minute minutes was not addressed by the effects of Garvin or Litvin's operation. However, I was amazed at the small information I provided. Have they produced only the information network of UCLA Urology Department? Steve K wrote. (Even if there are some information material in the video before).
This makes it clear that the video is guilty of some biased crimes in surgery and self-reflection of UCLA.
Studies have found that 70 percent of patients with prostate cancer diagnoses have been found to be ineffective in the initial stage of the disease.
The idea may then be that they are more stimulating and more costly, but they do not have more effective treatments if they watch YouTube videos that encourage them.
"Our study proves that many YouTube videos about prostate cancer should be alert," Dr. Stacy lobby said.
& # 39; There is valuable information available, but you must check the source to make sure that people are reliable, and keep in mind that the search managers are constantly maintaining a period of time with scientific development.
Dr. Loeb says that many of the videos are older than new guidelines. Dr. Loeb says that encouraging patients to encourage patients to encourage patients in platforms and social media. Cancer Foundation (funded funded by the Institute), National Cancer Institute.
Dr. Lock says, & # 39; We should be actively involved in social media & # 39; Dr. Lob says.