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More things you should know about the PSA Test
Any man over 50 (45 where there is family history)
is entitled to an annual PSA Test
Diagnostic Testing for Prostate Cancer
The PSA Test
The PSA test is a simple blood test that tests for elevated levels of a protein called Prostate Specific Antigen.
This is sometimes followed by a DRE Test (Digital Rectal Examination) where the doctor feels for hard or lumpy areas in the prostate.
These two tests together have significantly increased the early detection of Prostate Cancer.
Why Do I Need The Tests?
Prostate Cancer often has
Early detection of Prostate Cancer can be achieved with two simple tests.
Early diagnosis can mean multiple treatment choices and often a cure.
We encourage men to have the tests done annually by their doctor.
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