Richard J. Ablin
|Richard J. Ablin|
Richard Ablin, a professor of pathology at University of Arizona College of Medicine, discovered the prostate-specific antigen in 1970, and for nearly as long, he has argued that it should not be used for routine screening.— Should Men Get PSA Tests to Screen for Prostate Cancer?, Wall Street Journal, Feb 14, 2013
Ablin graduated from Lake Forest College in 1962.
Prostate cancer screening debate
Professor Ablin, who condemns the use of PSA for routine prostate cancer screening, was the subject of an interview published in New Scientist in February 2014.
- "More harm than good". New Scientist. Feb 15, 2014.