Thank you for the link Matron.
I note the original paper is ten years old and the ‘advice’ to GP’s is three years old. I just find it galling that women are offered regular cancer screenings (including Her Loveliness, who has been invited twice for cervical smear tests - or whatever we are supposed to call them these days - despite her cervix and the rest of her reproductive organs having been consigned to medical waste following her total hysterectomy three years ago!). The GP and hospital have been made aware of her situation, but the appointments keep coming......
If you have a PSA test aged 53 and it is ‘normal’, and then three years later it is substantially raised, then you probably have a problem somewhere.
If you are dissuaded from having the test in the first place, you could end up like me; T3aN1M0 or worse, before you know it. I am biased, of course, but at least I’m still breathing to be able to voice my dissent.