Overland Park resident Paul Taylor survived prostate cancer after it was detected by a blood test. A panel that makes recommendations to the U.S. government said Tuesday that men age 55 to 69 should consider getting the test regularly, reversing a 2012 recommendation that said the test does more harm than good.
Overland Park resident Paul Taylor survived prostate cancer after it was detected by a blood test. A panel that makes recommendations to the U.S. government said Tuesday that men age 55 to 69 should consider getting the test regularly, reversing a 2012 recommendation that said the test does more harm than good. Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com
Overland Park resident Paul Taylor survived prostate cancer after it was detected by a blood test. A panel that makes recommendations to the U.S. government said Tuesday that men age 55 to 69 should consider getting the test regularly, reversing a 2012 recommendation that said the test does more harm than good. Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com

Panel: We changed our minds, men should consider regular prostate test

April 11, 2017 04:17 PM