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Possible breakthrough in fight against prostate cancer

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World-renowned urologist and robotic prostate surgeon, Dr. David Samadi, talks about recent findings that would advance prostate cancer screening. While the PSA test is very useful in the detection of prostate cancer, it is not a cancer-specific test. This new test would be a more tailored, personalized screening that looks at a man's genes and determines the likelihood for prostate cancer.

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