The result of the prostate risk calculator does not have 100% accuracy for predicting the presence or absence of prostate cancer. A man with a favourable score may have prostate cancer and in a man with an elevated score prostate cancer may not be found. This is the reason why the prostate risk calculator, specifically at the level of risk calculator 1, cannot give firm advice. Equally, it cannot be excluded that the Prostate Risk Indicator is used, or that the indications given by it are interpreted, in a manner that is not appropriate. The makers of this program do not accept any responsibility in any respect.

If you have doubts or questions about your health, you should always contact your family physician or any treating medical doctor. This is also true for questions which specifically relate to the result of the use of the prostate risk calculator which will also be available to your GP.

revision 3
September 2010