New guidelines on prostate cancer stoke controversy

The World

Millions of American men are tested every year for prostate cancer, but the blood test used for screening isn’t completely reliable. Now, the American Cancer Society says there’s a chance the screenings can do more harm than good. What are men at risk of prostate cancer supposed to do?

Dr. Peter Schlegel is Urologist-in-Chief at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center. We also hear from Jeff Jarvis, a journalism professor and blogger who usually writes about the media, but publicly shared his experiences when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer last summer.

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