African Americans at High Prostate Cancer Risk Are More Likely To Undergo PSA Screening Than Whites

African Americans at High Prostate Cancer Risk Are More Likely To Undergo PSA Screening Than Whites
African American males between ages 45 and 60 have a higher rate and probability of prostate specific antigen (PSA) screening than non-Hispanic white males in the U.S., despite long-standing disparities in healthcare access and a prostate cancer mortality rate more than twice that of their white counterparts, a study reported. The study, titled “Determinants of

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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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