How can GPs best support decisions about PSA testing?

Shared decision-making can help men make the right move regardless of their level of health literacy: US study

Men with high health literacy are more likely than others to get PSA testing, however when the advantages and disadvantages are discussed with a doctor this reduces slightly, a new US study suggests.

The opposite is true for men with low health literacy, who are more likely to undergo PSA screening when optimal shared decision-making is present compared with no discussion, the researchers report in the journal Cancer.

"These findings highlight the dynamic interplay between both providers and their patients as well as between the latter's