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April 2017

Franklin Gaylis MD, FACS,Chief Scientific Officer, Genesis Healthcare Partners,Voluntary Clinical Professor, Department of Urology, UCSD.

Many of the men diagnosed with prostate cancer each year have "low risk disease," and never would die of it, but still undergo active treatment that is unnecessary.

Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related death. Although the percentage of men diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime has almost doubled from 9% to 17% since 1990, when the PSA test was widely adopted for screening, the percentage of men that actually die of prostate cancer is now only about 3%. Due to PSA screening, there are 40% fewer deaths from postate cancer than before.

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