The FDA approved the PCA3 urine test in February 2012 to be used in conjunction with other patient information to help clinicians determine if men who have had a previous negative prostate biopsy should undergo a repeat biopsy.

Although PCA3 has lower sensitivity than PSA, it has higher specificity for prostate cancer as well as superior positive and negative predictive values. Some 20%-40% of men who had initial negative biopsy are found to have an abnormal biopsy on repeat testing.

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