TITLE

Annual screening for prostate cancer did not reduce mortality from prostate cancer

AUTHOR(S)
Canfield, Steven E.
PUB. DATE
June 2009
SOURCE
ACP Journal Club;6/23/2009, Vol. 150 Issue 6, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses annual screening for prostate cancer in men in the age group of 55 to 74 years old. Randomized controlled trial was conducted on 76, 693 men in ten centers in the U.S. The intervention, outcomes and participants follow-up of the trial are discussed. It was concluded that annual screening with prostate-specific antigen testing and digital rectal examination did not reduce mortality from prostate cancer for men in the age group of 55 to 74 years old.
ACCESSION #
42876694

 

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