Dr Sarah Cant, Head of Policy and Campaigns at The Prostate Cancer Charity, spoke to The Daily Telegraph and BBC News Online about new research published by the British Medical Journal, which suggests a single blood test for every man aged 60 could save tens of thousands of lives by pinpointing those most at risk of prostate cancer.

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Dr Sarah Cant, Head of Policy and Campaigns at The Prostate Cancer Charity, spoke to the Daily Telegraph, BBC News Online and the Mature Times, about the results of a survey published by the British Medical Journal, which suggests  that a single blood test for every man aged 60 could save tens of thousands of lives by pinpointing those most at risk from prostate cancer.

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John Neate, Chief Executive at The Prostate Cancer Charity, spoke to BBC News Online about the findings of a joint study carried out by the Institute of Cancer Research and the Royal Marsden Hospital, which suggested that screening men at an increased genetic risk of developing prostate cancer could be beneficial.

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