Should I have prostate cancer screening?
There is significant debate over the benefits of prostate cancer screening. As such, The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners has put out a brief paper to help men make an informed decision with their GP about whether to have the screening or not. The information sheet is for men:
a. with no signs or symptoms and no known blood relative with prostate cancer,
b. aged 50-69 years and/or
c. who are considering a screening test to detect for prostate specific antigen.
Source: Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
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