PSA Test in Asymptomatic Men Detects Low-risk Prostate Cancer but Doesn’t Save Lives, Trial Shows

PSA Test in Asymptomatic Men Detects Low-risk Prostate Cancer but Doesn’t Save Lives, Trial Shows
Using a single PSA test to screen men with no symptoms increases detection of low-risk prostate cancer, but does not reduce mortality, results from large U.K. clinical trial show. The study, “Effect of a Low-Intensity PSA-Based Screening Intervention on Prostate Cancer Mortality The CAP Randomized Clinical Trial,” was published in the Journal of the American

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3 comments

  1. josep says:

    I have seen and read a lot about different breakthroughs yet I have not read about any new treatment.. I am really glad I don’t have prostate cancer but I had to deal with strong prostate symptoms that made me think I have it, after I got checked I was diagnosed with bph and got a treatment that helped me to get over it, the only “med” I take is a supplement named alpharise and it is very effective, what i like the most about it is that it has no side effects..the rest of my treatment is based on having a healthy alimentation and lifestyle. For a complete prostate support formula I use alpha rise and take extra magnesium with it too. Any other minerals I should take with it?

  2. josep says:

    I have tried many prostate supplements for my bph and some of them worked a better than others but definitely the best one I have tried is Alpharise. It has been the solution to my night problems

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