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Prostate cancer screening isn’t saving lives, study finds
USA Today

A big study of men in Europe gives mixed results about prostate cancer screening that may do little to change minds about its value. The study finds that PSA blood tests every four years seem to cut the risk of death from prostate cancer. But it also finds that screening makes no difference in overall mortality rates because most men die of other causes — not their prostate tumors.

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