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Tags: prostate cancer


Summary of diagnostic prostate cancer test study suffers from overreach


There’s no justification for claiming new blood test is ‘94% accurate’ compared to PSA test for prostate cancer


Model suggests liquid biopsy improves prostate cancer outcomes, but that’s not the real world


Announcement oversells blood test for predicting treatment outcomes in prostate cancer


High-dose radiation touted as ‘safe and effective’ for early prostate cancer, but what about active surveillance?


Puffed-up account of new prostate cancer therapy downplays harms and leans hard on misleading quotes


Hospital release makes unjustified leap from low toxicity found in safety trial to pronounce a “cure”


PR release goes out on a limb with claim that surgery after radiation improves survival


Test that can ”smell’ prostate cancer too preliminary for this release’s claims

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News release on NanoKnife for prostate cancer gets nano-score