The badges are aimed at Londoners who want to advertise that they're open to chatting.Flyers handed out around London stations say: “Have a chat with your fellow travellers. And it would be hard to convince these men that screening did not save their lives.
Twelve professional organizations in the United States and Europe have looked at the scientific data.…Londoners have reacted with incredulity at a "monstrous" scheme aimed at getting people to talk to strangers on the Underground.But we now know that the majority of men with prostate cancer will not die of their disease, whether they receive aggressive treatment, are watched carefully, or even if it was never diagnosed.The harsh truth is that even under the best conditions, with careful screening, some men will still die of prostate cancer. Stiller admits he is “not offering a scientific point of view here, just a personal one…” So what is the scientific point of view?
Wear this badge to let others know you’re interested.“You’ll benefit from a daily chat.” But Londoners reacted with predictable hostility to the idea, created by American Jonathan Dunne.