An examination of variations in the uptake of prostate cancer screening within and between the countries of the EU-27
Prostate specific antigen (PSA) testing as a part of a prostate cancer control strategy is the subject of much debate. This paper examines variations in the uptake of PSA testing across Europe and the role of individual and contextual variables in explaining this variation.
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