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Some docs screen for prostate cancer without asking

One in four family doctors doesn’t ask male patients before screening them for prostate cancer, according to a new survey.

So-called prostate specific antigen (PSA) testing has been controversial in recent years because of uncertainty about whether it actually saves lives and concern about side effects from potentially unnecessary and invasive follow-up tests and… Some docs screen for prostate cancer without asking   

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