Prostate Cancer Screening
Health correspondent Susan Dentzer talks
to doctors and patients about the debate over the merits of prostate
Andrew von Eschenbach,
of the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of
Health, talks to Susan Dentzer about his
a prostate cancer patient and his research to assess and improve
screening for the disease.
a professor of oncology at Georgetown University School of Medicine
which men, if any, should be screened for prostate cancer using
the prostate-specific antigen [PSA] test.
of the Jane Fucanon Brady Urological Institute at the Johns Hopkins
his thoughts on prostate cancer treatment and detection.
Cancer Test May Identify Dangerous Tumors
The PSA blood test used to screen for prostate cancer
may predict how aggressively it will spread, according to a new
Reports' information on PSA testing
Association for the Cure of Cancer
of the Prostate