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Debating the Value of PSA Prostate Screening

We’ve long been schooled on the lifesaving value of early detection of a potentially deadly cancer. So when a simple blood test was introduced in 1994 that could detect the possible presence of prostate cancer, the second leading cause of cancer deaths among American men, it’s not hard to understand why it quickly became hugely popular.

Suddenly, in the decades following approval of the test known as the PSA, for prostate-specific antigen, the number of men receiving a diagnosis of prostate cancer skyrocketed, along with the number undergoing biopsies of this walnut-size gland between the bladder and penis that produces the seminal fluid to nourish sperm.

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