Some Doctors Say Men Should Ask for PSA Test

New guidelines on prostate cancer screening don't supersede physician-patient relationship, experts note

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"Older black and Hispanic men are going to have increases in prostate cancer because they won't have the opportunity for early detection," D'Amico said. "So I think we should screen high-risk populations, because we know who they are."

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To learn more about the PSA test, visit the U.S. National Cancer Institute.

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