The American Urological Association changed course on the once ubiquitous PSA test, calling for this prostate exam only for the high-risk men ages 55-69.
In younger and older groups the risk outweighs the benefits, the association says, with the false positives and procedures that can cause erectile dysfunction and incontinence.

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