The New York Times
One of the most difficult decisions a man makes about prostate cancer happens long before the diagnosis. Should he get a regular blood test to screen for the disease?
Screening for early detection of cancer sounds like a no-brainer, but its not an easy choice for men considering regular P.S.A.
tests, which measure blood levels of prostate-specific antigen and are
used to detect prostate cancer. Though use of the test is widespread, studies show that the screening saves few, if any, lives... Read More