Strength of evidence

For at least several years, several medical societies have recommended that men above the age of 75 should not be screened for prostate cancer. The USPSTF goes further and recommends against screening at any age. Yet, a recent estimate is that well over half of men ages 75-79 years were screened for prostate cancer.

Why?

To find out, go read my latest at the AcademyHealth blog.

@afrakt

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