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New guidelines around PSA testing promise to transform prostate cancer outcomes in Australia. The guidelines, which recommend that asymptomatic men between the ages of 50-69 are offered PSA testing every two years1, replace US Preventative Services Task Force guidelines and previous differing guidelines in Australia that some urologists blame for an increase in presentations with metastatic prostate cancer2. Certainly, when screening was discouraged, adverse consequences followed, with evidence showing that mortality from prostate cancer is lower when men are screened for it3. With prostate ca...

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