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Prostate Cancer Advisory Council Update on PSA Screening Recommendations for Florida Men at Risk for Prostate Cancer DiagnosisRead More
Prostate Cancer Advisory Council Update on PSA Screening Recommendations for Florida Men at Risk for Prostate Cancer Diagnosis1
LOCALIZED PROSTATE CANCER | INITIAL EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OPTIONS | FOR PHYSICIANS2
Management Options for Newly Diagnosed Localized Prostate Cancer | For Patients3
To be the reliable source of prostate cancer information that is accessible to patients, advocates, physicians, care providers, researchers, and Florida's governing officials.
To improve the outcomes and reduce the ethnic/racial disparities related to prostate cancer.
United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) Recommendations for PSA Screening. Click logo for video.
The Florida Prostate Cancer Atlas 2014
Understanding patterns of care, variation and disparities are critical initial steps in assessing areas of need, and may help not only to better quantify variation in care, but also to aid in defining factors related to potential health disparities and in identifying at-risk populations where targeted interventions may yield mortality reduction. Since there is little known about how prostate cancer is treated in Florida, how variable care is, or to what extent variation in prostate cancer treatment contributes to health disparities, mapping how prostate cancer is treated in Florida through a Florida Prostate Cancer Atlas may move these goals forward. These objectives were the genesis of the Florida Prostate Cancer Atlas Project. For more information and to view these findings, Click Here.