Could A Urine Test Be The Future of Prostate Cancer Screening? Leading Experts Weigh In

Updated May 17th, 2021

Could A Urine Test Be The Future of Prostate Cancer Screening? Leading Experts Weigh In

Researchers at the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center are in the process of developing a urine test which may be able to screen for prostate cancer more effectively. Top experts talk to SurvivorNet about the possibilities.

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