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PSA for prostate screening unaffected by changes in screening guidelines

(UT Southwestern Medical Center) Controversy over prostate cancer screening guidelines that discourage use of PSA tests did not significantly reduce use of the test, a five-year review of more than 275,000 visits at UT Southwestern Medical Center showed.
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PSA - prostate screening unaffected by changes in guidelines

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ontroversy over prostate cancer screening guidelines that discourage use of PSA tests did not significantly reduce use of the test, a five-year review of more than 275,000 visits at UT Southwestern Medical Center showed. read more

UT Southwestern Researchers Find Use of PSA for Prostate Screening Unaffected by Changes in Screening Guidelines

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Controversy over prostate cancer screening guidelines that discourage use of PSA tests did not significantly reduce use of the test, a five-year review of more than 275,000 visits at UT Southwestern Medical Center showed.

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