7/31/2012 7:52:31 AM
Pity the middle-aged men agonising over whether or not to be screened for prostate cancer. Last year, a US government panel said that family doctors should not offer men a blood test for prostate cancer antigens, as a positive result might lead to potentially unnecessary treatment with nasty side effects. This week, a study argues that the test saves lives. Does it?
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