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Some men should have annual prostate checks once they turn 40 to spot early, treatable cancers, UK experts say.

Targeted screening would save lives, the Institute of Cancer Research team says, even though the PSA blood test it relies on is not accurate enough to offer more widely.

It was trialled in men at high genetic risk for certain cancers.

PSA is a protein made only by the prostate gland and a raised level can be a sign of cancer.

Paul Cunningham, 67 and from Plymouth, is one of those who took part

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