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  • New screening method for prostate cancer cuts number of false positives

    A new way to screen for prostate cancer better predicts which men have fast-growing cancers with fewer false positives than other available tests, researchers from Northwestern University say. The standard test for prostate cancer measures blood levels of a substance called prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, which is produced by prostate gland cells and tends to be elevated in men with prostate ...

  • Test detects aggressive prostate cancer

    CHICAGO, April 7 (UPI) -- A new prostate specific antigen test to screen for prostate cancer is more accurate in detecting more aggressive prostate cancer, U.S. researchers say.

  • Why I Advocate PSA Screening for Prostate Cancer

    PSA screening for prostate cancer has recently been the focus of scrutiny in the media, especially following a recent publication in the British Medical Journal. It is thus a good time to take a step back and examine what we know about PSA screening and its relationship to prostate cancer

  • Prostate Cancer Screening Doesn't Cut Death Rates: Study

    Title: Prostate Cancer Screening Doesn't Cut Death Rates: Study Category: Health News Created: 3/31/2011 8:05:00 PM Last Editorial Review: 4/1/2011

  • St. John's coach has prostate cancer

    NEW YORK, April 8 (UPI) -- Steve Lavin, the men's basketball coach at St. John's, has prostate cancer but is expected to continue his coaching duties, the school said Friday.

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