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'Alarming' rise in possibly fatal prostate cancer as screening declines

The study looked at cases diagnosed between 2005 and 2016, during which time federal guidelines began recommending against prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, screening for prostate cancer detection ... read more

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'Alarming' rise in deadly prostate cancer cases as screening declines

Cases of advanced prostate cancer have increased among American men ages 50 and older, while cases of early-stage disease have declined, a study published Wednesday found. The study looked at cases ... read more

Doctors See Alarming Increase Of Prostate Cancer Cases As Screening Declines

An increasing number of cases of advanced prostate cancer was observed among American men aged 50 and over, according to a recently published study. read more

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Advanced Prostate Cancer Cases Continue to Rise in U.S.

Coinciding with declines in prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening over the last decade, the incidence of intermediate- and high-risk prostate cancer has continued to increase across the U.S. in ... read more

Regional- and Distant-Stage Prostate Cancer Incidence Continues to Increase

A study published in the Journal of National Cancer Institute (JNCI) found that regional- and distant-stage prostate cancer incidence continues to increase in ... and lower screening rates and more ... read more

Advanced Prostate Cancers Still Rising in US

The first study to report prostate cancer incidence up to and including 2016 shows that regional and metastatic disease continue to rise. read more

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