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American Urological Association

December 23, 2021

A study led by Johns Hopkins University showed that among men on active surveillance for very low or low risk prostate cancer, transperineal prostate biopsy was associated with an increased likelihood of upgrading to clinically significant prostate cancer. These results are likely due to improved sampling of the difficult-to-reach anterior region of the prostate with the PrecisionPoint™ biopsy approach.

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