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Ben Stiller’s misguided prostate cancer recommendations aren’t based on evidence

Comedic actor Ben Stiller clearly had the best of intentions when he decided to write about his experience with prostate cancer and urge men to get a prostate specific antigen (PSA) test starting at the age of 40 – advice which contradicts the guidelines of all major professional organizations. I admire Stiller’s intention to help […] The post Ben Stiller’s misguided prostate cancer recommendations aren’t based on evidence appeared first on HealthNewsReview.
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