The American Urological Association changed course on the once ubiquitous PSA test, calling for this prostate exam only for high-risk men, ages 55 to 69. In younger and older groups, the risk outweighs the benefits, the association says, with false positives and procedures that can cause erectile dysfunction and incontinence.
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