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WASHINGTON — Like any plumber, James Lyles, 73, wanted to know what was going on beneath the surface. Two years ago, not long after he had a heart attack, his primary-care physician asked him whether he wanted to take a PSA test - a blood test for a "prostate-specific antigen" that helps physicians diagnose prostate cancer in its early stages.

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