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Laurel Clayton Trantham, Matthew E. Nielsen, Lee R. Mobley, Stephanie B. Wheeler, William R. Carpenter and Andrea K. Biddle Use of prostate-specific antigen testing as a disease surveillance tool following radical prostatectomy Cancer 119

Article first published online: 24 JUL 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/cncr.28238

Existing research on prostate cancer treatment decisions, recurrence, and mortality does not indicate whether men receive surveillance testing according to recommendations or whether receipt varies by time since treatment or individual characteristics. This study found that most men received guideline-concordant prostate-specific antigen surveillance testing after prostatectomy, although there is evidence that testing rates decrease as time from treatment increases.

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