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Prostate cancer diagnoses too slow: data – PerthNow

New data shows the average Australian man is diagnosed with prostate cancer only when markers in his blood are more than double…

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An alarming number of Australian men are being tested for prostate cancer far too late, new figures suggest.
Prostate cancer is the one of the most common in Australian men, second only to skin cancers, with about 19,000 new cases diagnosed every year.

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