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PSA Reduces Prostate Cancer Deaths by 20 Percent: Study  PSA Reduces Prostate Cancer Deaths by 20 Percent: Study
A European study, reported Aug. 6 in The Lancet, finds that widespread use of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood tests does reduce deaths from the disease by about one-fifth.
PHEN Summit: Prostate Cancer Is Up Among young men

Dr. Kathleen Cooney will present about the number of young men being diagnosed with aggressive prostate cancer. 

Wave of the Future’ in Finding Prostate Cancer: MRI Is Key

Dr. J. Kellogg Parsons, of the UCSD Moores Cancer Center, said a MRI-guided prostate biopsy will enhance the patient experience by reducing the number of false-positive biopsies and resulting in earlier diagnosis when cancer is present.

 

PHEN Addressing Prostate Cancer Overtreatment

PHEN President Thomas Farrington raised the issue of prostate cancer overtreatment in his book "Battling The Killer Within" in 2001. PHEN continues to address this issue aggressively... 

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