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Prostate Cancer Predictability: Can We Anticipate a Patient's Risk in 25 Years?

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Prostate Cancer Predictability: Can We Anticipate a Patient's Risk in 25 Years?
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    Can you predict a man’s risk of prostate cancer 25 years in the future? The data from this study indicates that PSA levels before age 50 is an indicator of future prostate cancer. Find out more about the prospective study conducted by a team of researchers from Memorial Sloane Kettering. Epidemiologist Andrew Vickers talks with host Dr. Bill Rutenberg about what the GP can take from this study What does a slightly elevated, but not high PSA indicate about the chance of prostate cancer in the future?

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    Can you predict a man’s risk of prostate cancer 25 years in the future? The data from this study indicates that PSA levels before age 50 is an indicator of future prostate cancer. Find out more about the prospective study conducted by a team of researchers from Memorial Sloane Kettering. Epidemiologist Andrew Vickers talks with host Dr. Bill Rutenberg about what the GP can take from this study What does a slightly elevated, but not high PSA indicate about the chance of prostate cancer in the future?

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