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Monographs home prostate cancer trends 1973 1995 offers one of the most comprehensive population based evaluations ever published on demographic and clinical features of prostate cancer cases the results provide insights into the likely directions for prostate cancer research over the next decade related to etiology and prevention early detection and therapyhighlights of prostate cancer trends 1973 1995 the seer program of the national cancer institute is pleased to release this monograph on prostate cancer in the united states from 1973 through 1995 this monograph resulted from the work of the 11 seer registries the seer staff and the editors since prostate cancer is thedata for asians native amer and hispanics are only avail for 1990 1995 and are presented in a separate section charts and tablesstanford janet l is the author of prostate cancer trends 1973 1995 seer program national cancer institute published 1994 under isbn 9780756739928 and isbn 0756739926the fight against cancer escalated in 1971 with the introduction of the national cancer act during the presidency of richard m nixon since that time there have been dramatic developments in a number of research areas including prevention screening and treatment that have had a major impact onalthough prostate specific antigen psa screening has improved the detection of prostate cancer allowing for stage migration to less advanced disease the precise mortality benefit of early detection is unclear this is in part due to a discrepancy between the two large randomized controlled trials comparing psa screening to usual care the european randomized study of screening for prostate

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