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May 23, 2012
U.S. panel recommends against PSA tests for screening prostate cancer in men of all ages

CBS News, May 21, 2012
In an accompanying editorial published in the same journal, Dr. William J Catalona, medical director of the Urological Research Foundation and Dr. Henry Lynch, director of the Hereditary Cancer Center at Creighton University, said the panel of government advisors did not include a urologist or cancer specialist, and bases its recommendations on flawed studies.
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A stronger no to routine prostate cancer tests

Omaha World-Herald, May 22, 2012
The recommendation generated opposition before it even was published. A prominent Creighton University researcher says the group “really underestimated the benefits and they overestimated the harms of prostate cancer screening.”
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Early Planting is Driving the Rural Economy

ForexPros, May 23, 2012
According to Creighton University economist Ernie Goss, “Even though downturns in energy prices are a positive for the Rural Mainstreet economy, I expect softer agricultural commodity prices and slower global economic growth to restrain growth in the months ahead.”
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Physician assistant earns special credentials

Sioux City Journal, May 23, 2012
Jean L. McGinnis recently became one of the first physician assistants to earn a new specialty credential from the National Commission on certification of Physician Assistants. McGinnis is employed by Creighton University Medical Center in Omaha.
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Baseball Quartet Earns All-Missouri Valley Conference Awards, May 21, 2012
Four members of the Creighton baseball team have picked up honors from the Missouri Valley Conference, announced Monday on the eve of the MVC Baseball Tournament.
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