Urology group updates prostate cancer screening guidelines

05/6/2013 | HealthDay News · Reuters

Men who are younger than 55 and who are considered at average risk as well as all men older than 70 should not be screened for prostate cancer using prostate-specific antigen tests, according to new guidelines issued by the American Urological Association. For men ages 55 to 69, the group urges discussion of the risk and benefits of PSA screening with decisions based on patients' values.

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