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Men have a higher risk of infertility if they are born small for their gestational age, research suggests.
A blood test has been found to accurately detect prostate cancer, which could reduce the number of invasive biopsies that need to be carried out, researchers have said.
A new urine test could predict the progression of prostate cancer without the need for invasive tests such as biopsies, a study has found.
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GPs should take over responsibility for following up with stable prostate cancer patients and offer them six-monthly reviews, NICE has suggested.
The Government has rejected calls from medical leaders to offer boys aged 14 to 18 years old ‘catch-up’ HPV vaccinations.
GPs should not carry out PSA screening on men aged 70 and over as the harms outweigh any potential benefits, new guidelines from the US have said.
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