PSA test does not reduce death risk from prostate cancer
Washington University School of Medicine researhers published a study report in Journal of the National Cancer Institute saying that prostate specific antigen or PSA test did not reduce the risk of death fro prostate cancer while more prostate cancer cases were dignosed with the test. We will publish a full report on this. The finding suggests that you can find prostate cancer earlier, but the treatment is so limited that it can't do enough to help stop the killer.
The full report is herePSA test does not cut prostate cancer death risk
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