Genetic testing for prostate cancer increases after introduction of point-of-care program

3D render of a medical background with DNA strands

Some patients with prostate cancer have genetic mutations that may impact their treatment. A comprehensive, on-site genetic testing program, pioneered by urologists, could help to close the gap for this underutilized resource, reports a study in Urology Practice.

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