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Journal Scan / Research · October 25, 2017

When All Is Said and Done, Screening Decreases Prostate Cancer Mortality: ERSPC and PLCO Trials

Annals of Internal Medicine


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Annals of Internal Medicine
Reconciling the Effects of Screening on Prostate Cancer Mortality in the ERSPC and PLCO Trials
Ann. Intern. Med 2017 Oct 03;167(7)449-455, A Tsodikov, R Gulati, EAM Heijnsdijk, PF Pinsky, SM Moss, S Qiu, TM de Carvalho, J Hugosson, CD Berg, A Auvinen, GL Andriole, MJ Roobol, ED Crawford, V Nelen, M Kwiatkowski, M Zappa, M Luján, A Villers, EJ Feuer, HJ de Koning, AB Mariotto, R Etzioni

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