Prostate Cancer Screening Guidelines Can Confuse Clinicians

Prostate Cancer Screening Guidelines Can Confuse Clinicians
According to a recent study, current guidelines for prostate cancer screening cause confusion to clinicians who are in need of more uniform, collaborative guidelines. The study, entitled “Prostate cancer screening in Primary Health Care: the current state of affairs” was published in Springer Plus. Australia and New Zealand have the highest incidence of prostate cancer

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Daniela holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology from The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, a MSc in Health Psychology and a BSc in Clinical Psychology. Her work has been focused on vulnerability to psychopathology and early identification and intervention in psychosis.

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