Relying largely on maturing data from the European trials of screening for prostate cancer, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force has given a better grade—a “C”—to screening for prostate cancer.
PSA test gets a better grade from USPSTF—it’s a “C” Uncertainty lingers about high-risk groups
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