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  • New Debate on Prostate Cancer Screening (

    Title: New Debate on prostate Cancer Screening Category: Health News Created: 3/19/2009 Last Editorial Review: 3/19/2009

  • Prostate Exams: When Are They Necessary? (Time Magazine)

    New research shows that prostate screens do little to save lives but remain the first line of defense against cancer

  • Health: Prostate Cancer Screening (CBS 3 Philadelphia)

    Screening for prostate cancer doesn't necessarily save lives, and any benefits can come at a high price, according to two, big long-awaited studies. The findings are unlikely to end the debate over the usefulness of routine testing.

  • Prostate Cancer Screening May Not Significantly Reduce Deaths, Two Studies Find (Washington Post)

    Men are being urged to carefully consider risks before undergoing prostate cancer screening in the wake of two large, long-awaited studies that did not produce convincing evidence that routine testing significantly reduces the chance of dying from the disease.

  • Prostate cancer trials confusion (Financial Times)

    Two huge clinical trials of prostate cancer screening, reported in the New England Journal of Medicine, have given contradictory results.

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