Low PSA at Younger Age May Make Future PSA Tests Unnecessary


Three-fourths of men aged 40-49 could safely avoid annual PSA screening for an additional 10 years if their baseline PSA level falls in the lowest 75th percentile, according to a new study. John Schieszer reports in today's Medical Minute that new research suggests young men with low PSA levels may be at very low risk of prostate cancer.
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