Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men in developed countries, although it ranks third in terms of mortality after lung cancer and colorectal cancer. The epidemiology of prostate cancer has undergone dramatic changes since the introduction and widespread uptake of PSA testing in many developed countries. The main change has been a sharp increase in the risk of being diagnosed with prostate cancer.
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