What’s next for Black-tailored prostate cancer risk calculator?


“[With] some folks, if you don't accurately risk stratify them, you miss your chance to really build that trust as a provider,” says Neil Mistry, MD, MPH.

In this video, Neil Mistry, MD, MPH, and Adam B. Murphy, MD, MBA, MSCI, discuss future research and the take-home message from the abstract, “West-African ancestry can aid prediction of high-grade prostate cancer in Black-tailored risk calculator,” which was presented at the North Central Section of the AUA Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois. Mistry is a urology resident and Murphy is an assistant professor of urology and preventive medicine (cancer epidemiology and prevention) at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago.

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