Tumour markers in prostate cancer III: biomarkers in urine.

  title={Tumour markers in prostate cancer III: biomarkers in urine.},
  author={Monique J Roobol and Alexander Haese and Anders Bjartell},
  journal={Acta oncologica},
  volume={50 Suppl 1},
UNLABELLED The serum PSA test still is the most important biomarker for the detection and follow-up of prostate cancer. PSA-based screening can reduce disease specific mortality but coinciding unnecessary testing and overdiagnosis warrant further research for more specific biomarkers. Numerous studies of both serum and urine-based prostate cancer biomarker candidates have been presented the last ten years. However, biomarkers for identifying the most aggressive subsets of this malignancy are… CONTINUE READING