Prostate cancer is a severe disease that can affect men of any age, but elder men are more at risk of developing this form of cancer.
Detecting prostate cancer has become easier as research and science evolves. New techniques, exams and tests have been used as a way to detect cancer at an early stage. In this video, shared by Cleveland Clinic, learn more about a new study which reports that metastatic prostate cancer cases have been increasing since 2007 and this may be happening somehow due to recommendations against routine screening.
To explain more about it, Eric Klein, MD, Chairman of Cleveland Clinic’s Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute, shares some thoughts on how urologists have responded to concerns of false-positive screening test results and overtreatment.
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