Survey: Not all NPs agree with draft prostate screening guidelines

04/26/2012 | Reuters

In a survey of 124 doctors and nurse practitioners, 36% disagreed with the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force's draft recommendation against routine prostate specific antigen testing in average-risk men. Even among those who agreed with the guidelines, just more than 40% said they would stop offering the test or would be much less likely to use it.

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