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Perspective

Does prostate screening make sense for you?

By Perspective Dr. Steven Woloshin and Dr. Lisa M. Schwartz
September 29, 2008

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For years, American men have gotten a clear message: worry about prostate cancer, and get tested. The media, celebrity and politician testimonials, national prostate cancer awareness week - even a US Postal Service stamp - provide constant reminders that men face a big risk and that prostate-specific antigen screening is the responsible thing to do. (Full article: 910 words)

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