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LONDON — The longest study yet on prostate cancer testing provides more evidence that getting screened doesn’t cut the chances of dying from the disease. In a 20-year study of more than 9,000 Swedish men, researchers found no difference in the rate of prostate cancer deaths between the men who were periodically screened and those who weren’t.

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