The results of the study, telephone surveys telephone interviews of 210 men appear in the February online issue of the journal Urology. Prostate cancer is diagnosed, the most common non – skin cancer in men in the United States. The majority of men in the United States beginning at the age of 50 screening with the prostate-specific antigen test.
‘.. Katz said that the increased problems with sexual function reported by men with false-positives could be an after effect of the biopsy, which can cause short-term pain or other side effects, testing. Effect of worry about the possibility to have with cancer. ‘This finding warrants further investigation,’he said. ‘Men perceptions of after a false-positive prostate screening test are parallel to those of women who have an abnormal mammography whose whose follow-up biopsy shows no breast cancer,’Katz said. ‘It is understandable that false-positive prostate tests, people could affect the outlook on their health.Megan R. Haymart explorer, from University of Michigan in, Ann Arbor, and her colleagues conducted a study to assess changes in practice sample regarding the use of radioiodine according thyreoidectomy and studied in which measurements hospitals different in their use radioactive iodine. That research participated 189,219 patients with well -differentiated thyroid cancer which were treated at 981 hospitals associated with the U.S. National Cancer Database zwischen 1990 and 2008..
Paper was co-authored by James Banks and Alastair Muriel of the Institute for Fiscal Studies and James P. Aspiring chair in labor markets and demographic studies at RAND.