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Articles related to prostate cancer

The Bitter Pill: Why No Man Should Take a PSA Blood Test for Early Stage Prostate Cancer Without Reading This
Men with early-stage abnormalities of the prostate who are monitored for any progression of the cancer live just as long as men who opted for complete removal of the prostate and now live with the immediate consequences.
Expert Opinion: Prostate Cancer Screening: Do Benefits Outweight Risks?
Screening for prostate cancer could reduce deaths from the disease by about one-fifth, according to long-term results of a European study involving over 162,000 men. Despite this new evidence for the efficacy of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) testing, the authors question whether the benefits of screening outweigh the harms, and recommend against routine PSA screening programs.