Sunday, March 4, 2007

'False positives' in prostate tests bring subsequent worries

Men who get a "false-positive" prostate cancer result -- an abnormal screening result followed by a biopsy showing no evidence of cancer -- appear more likely to worry about their subsequent risk of cancer and report more problems with sexual function compared to men with normal screening results, according to a University of Iowa study reported in this article on ScienceDaily.....

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