Clinical digest. Initial test identifies men who will benefit from prostate cancer screening

April 2014
Nursing Standard;4/23/2014, Vol. 28 Issue 34, p17
Academic Journal
The article discusses research in the article "Influence of Blood Prostate Specific Antigen Levels at Age 60 on Benefits and Harms of Prostate Cancer Screening: Population Based Cohort Study" by S. Carlsson et al., which appeared in a 2014 issue of the "British Medical Journal" and found a test which identifies men who will benefit from prostate cancer screening.


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