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F.H. Schröder, MD, Professor.

M.F. Wildhagen.

Abbreviations
ERSPC

European Randomised Study of Screening for Prostate Cancer

QUALY

quality-of-life adjusted gain in years

QoL

quality of life

PPV

positive predictive value

PSADT

PSA doubling time.