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Oncology Information Center

Updated Screening Guidelines for 5 Cancer Types

An update on the available cancer screening guidelines, benefits/limitations, and risks for cervical, breast, prostate, colon, and lung cancers.
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A 55-year-old man with androgenic alopecia has had a satisfactory response on finasteride (Propecia) prescribed for him by another clinician six years ago. As his new clinician, I am being asked to authorize refills. How long can he safely use finasteride? Is any special monitoring required?—Naheed Mahlik, MD, San Jose, Calif. Patients can safely use…
Psoriasis Information Center

Detailed screening tools help diagnose PsA

PsA prevalence based on the patient-administered screening tools was 12% to 16% higher compared with rheumatologists' diagnosis.

Recognizing symptoms of an enlarged prostate

The prostate gland has two important functions: To produce ejaculatory fluid and to act as a barrier to retrograde UTIs. Prostate enlargement, or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), can produce a constellation of unpleasant symptoms that result when the enlarged gland forces the bladder to work harder to expel urine. The prostatic obstruction is both...

When to screen for prostate cancer

In an update of its 2001 guidelines, the American Cancer Society stresses the importance of sharing the screening decision with the patient.
Advisor Forum

Why do digital rectal exams?

If the DRE is not recommended to screen for prostate or colon cancer, why do we do it?
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FDA approves new test for prostate cancer

The Prostate Health Index is a non-invasive blood test that is 2.5-times more specific in detecting prostate cancer than prostate-specific antigen in patients with PSA values in the 4-10 ng/mL range.

More accurate test may replace PSA

An experimental blood test detects prostate cancer so accurately that it may supplant prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels as a screening tool. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore discovered an early prostate cancer antigen (EPCA-2) that functions as a biomarker. In a sample of 330 men, EPCA-2 levels were positive in 94% of those who…
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