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Tags: prostate cancer


Here’s one detail that should be included in almost all stories about cancer screening studies


Guardian spoon-feeds university news release to readers, claiming prostate cancer ‘breakthrough’

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Prostate cancer gene test: WSJ skirts around lack of long-term data


Disease-mongering dogs Bloomberg’s story on prostate cancer drugs


STAT provides readers with necessary details to make sense of new PSA screening study


LA Times portrays PSA screening analysis as far more clear-cut and definite than even the authors claim


For story on experimental prostate cancer blood test, Guardian leans heavily on news release


WSJ story on prostate procedure: No independent sources were quoted


NY Times deftly describes findings of study on using hormone blockers for prostate cancer recurrence


STAT said drug ‘halved’ prostate cancer deaths, but that’s not the full picture