Local doc explains actor’s controversial cancer test

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Actor Ben Stiller went public Tuesday about a private battle with prostate cancer. He hoped to save lives by raising awareness about a test he says saved his life. The PSA blood test used to screen for prostate cancer, but it’s a controversial method.

Doctor E. Ronald Hale, the medical director of radiation oncology at Kettering Health Network, explains why it’s controversial, prostate cancer testing guidelines, and who should be screened.

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