"Health wise I am feeling great. I am a big supporter of trials - it allows new treatments and drugs to be brought in.”
A study looking at developing new test to diagnose prostate cancer
This study looked at using urine and semen samples to develop new tests to diagnose prostate cancer.
More about this trial
Your GP will do a digital rectal examination (DRE) and a
Your GP refers you to a specialist if needed. The specialist might take a sample of prostate tissue (
When this trial was done researchers were looking for new ways to diagnose prostate cancer using urine or semen samples. They needed to collect a large number of urine and semen samples to develop these tests.
Summary of results
It was difficult to find enough people to join this trial. The trial was never finished so there are no results available.
How to join a clinical trial
Please note: In order to join a trial you will need to discuss it with your doctor, unless otherwise specified.
Mr Stuart McCracken
Arquer Diagnostics Ltd