Citation:Stewart GD, Van Neste L, Delvenne P, Delrée P, Delga A, McNeill SA, et al 2013

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Stewart GD, Van Neste L, Delvenne P, Delrée P, Delga A, McNeill SA, et al. Clinical utility of an epigenetic assay to detect occult prostate cancer in histopathologically negative biopsies: results of the MATLOC study. J Urol 2013 Mar;189(3):1110-6 Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22999998.



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In men who have been referred with suspected prostate cancer, what are the prognostic factors that determine the need for further investigation following a prior negative biopsy?Katherine Sheridancompleted
In men who have been referred with suspected prostate cancer, what are the prognostic factors that determine the need for further investigation following a prior negative biopsy?Dr Albert Chetcuti BTech(Biotech) Hons, PhDcompleted

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