Here we go again. This time it’s sixty-three-year-old John Horgan, who directs the Center for Science Writings at the Stevens Institute of Technology. John doesn’t want to heed his doctor’s advice. He says he won’t get a PSA test. He explains why in his article published in Scientific American, but Horgan’s position is neither scientific nor American. Horgan has written many articles for Scientific American about evolution, policy and ethics, physics, cognition, public health, and other topics. I suppose he …
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