part 1:prostate cancer and otis brawley and ….what? tuskegee and PSA? did he really say that?

There is no debate that men who have urinary symptoms, such as frequent or difficult urination, a weak stream, etc., ought to be getting exams including PSA tests. That is not screening; screening is testing asymptomatic men for signs of cancer. Men who have symptoms should be getting tests.  Otis Brawley- March 2009   What is …

why did the AMA support national health care and what is up with the ACS’s issue with the PSA? could it be about politics or money?

American Cancer Society Got it Wrong: Study Confirms Prostate Cancer Test Saves Lives Jul 2, 2010 American Cancer Society Got it Wrong: Study Confirms Prostate Cancer Test Saves Lives PR Newswire WASHINGTON, July 2 ZERO Demands ACS Apology to All American Families About Prostate Cancer Testing as New Proof Emerges on the Effectiveness of the …

It was never really about if the PSA saved lives…it was all about cost.

Doug Gray's book regarding "For" or "Against" Screening (Uh Oh....that means a PSA!) Resources from HONselect PSA Test Does Cut Prostate Cancer Deaths, Study Finds Swedish report adds to controversy over the usefulness of the blood screen By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, June 30 (HealthDay News) -- Adding to the ongoing debate on the …