Considered the number one indicator of impending prostate problems, the prostate specific antigen (PSA) blood test measures the amount of a certain “tumour marker” (antigen) released into the bloodstream by cancer cells.
Although your PSA reading can rise for both BPH and cancer - a sharp elevation is typically considered a telltale sign of prostate cancer.
But it's not without controver... ››› more
*Do you really have to go for your annual PSA test?
*The real cause of prostate cancer means you have to go for this test…
*Here's how to protect your prostate the natural way From the age of 40, your doctor says you should have a PSA test to check your prostate health and whether you’re at risk of prostate cancer every year.
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