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Published in Urology

Journal Scan / Research · May 21, 2013

Strategy for Detection of Prostate Cancer Based on Relation Between PSA at Age 40-55 and Long-Term Risk of Metastasis

BMJ : British Medical Journal

 

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BMJ : British Medical Journal
Strategy for Detection of Prostate Cancer Based on Relation Between Prostate Specific Antigen at Age 40-55 and Long Term Risk of Metastasis: Case-Control Study
BMJ 2013 Apr 15;80(f2023)10.1136, AJ Vickers, D Ulmert, DD Sjoberg, CJ Bennette, T Björk, A Gerdtsson, J Manjer, PM Nilsson, A Dahlin, A Bjartell, PT Scardino, H Lilja

From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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