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GPs must now urgently refer all patients aged 40 or over who present with recurrent or persistent urinary tract infection associated with haematuria.

The guidance also recommends urgent referral for patients with rising age-specific PSA levels but a normal prostate ­ whether or not

they have lower urinary tract symptoms.

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