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In 1970, Dr. Richard Ablin identified PSA, the prostate specific antigen that became the basis for the test that has since been performed on tens of millions of American men. Since then, this Pathology professor has campaigned against the misuse of PSA as a prostate cancer screening device, an ineffective practice that he contends has ruined the sexual lives and continence of millions of those tested. In this bracing indictment, he is clear and emphatic about the culprit: the multibillionaire-dollar pharmaceutical industry.