Search results for "Prostate Cancer"

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Prostate cancer

Researchers used follow-up data from the European Randomized Study of Screening for Prostate Cancer (ERSPC) to predict how PSA screening would affect prostate cancer diagnoses, deaths, treatments and men's ... Overdiagnosis of prostate cancer was the
August 2012

Well visits not just for kids anymore

Colon cancer: annual fecal occult blood testing, flexible sigmoidoscopy or screening colonoscopy every 48 or 120 months depending on risk. ... Newman said. Prostate cancer: coverage for annual digital rectal exam (minus a 20% copayment) and
June 2011

Prostate cancer

years, because the harms of prostate cancer screening outweigh the benefits for these patients. ... ACP developed this guidance statement for clinicians by assessing current prostate cancer screening guidelines developed by other organizations.
April 2013

Prostate cancer

Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., looked at 2,219 patients who underwent radical prostatectomy between 1994 and 2004 for localized prostate cancer. ... A benefit to an upfront, aggressive surgical approach to localized prostate cancer
August 2010

Communication skills vital to cancer conversations

how some common phrases may sound through the filter of a cancer diagnosis. ... The Decision Laboratory. This nonprofit group develops and evaluates decision support interventions for specific conditions, including breast cancer and prostate cancer.
September 2013

Neurology Internists should follow up with prostate cancer patients receiving ADT.
February 2010

Prescribing patterns Low-risk, low-PSA prostate cancer receiving aggressive interventions. An insurance company's effort to encourage physicians to reduce use of
August 2010

Maintaining men's health in middle age

The most commonly reported problems associated with an enlarged prostate are increased urinary frequency and nocturia, he noted. ... Middle-aged men may also approach their internists about the possibility of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) testing to
April 2014

Abdominal aortic aneurysm Annual PSA follow-ups not needed in low-risk casesComorbid illnesses still more likely to kill prostate cancer survivors.
August 2010

Safety nets catch at-risk patients

A second safety net aims to prevent lung cancer by focusing on incidental lung nodules. ... New safety nets that the team is working on include medication safety, prostate cancer, cervical cancer, breast cancer, and diagnostic errors, said Dr.
January 2020

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