PSA for men: Check your nuts regularly!

PSA for men: Check your nuts regularly!

Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in males between the ages of 15 and 40. Although testicular cancer is very treatable, with cure rates of almost 100% for early stage cancers, and at least 85% for more advanced cases, early detection is important.

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My blood test shows a raised PSA level! Do I have prostate cancer?

My blood test shows a raised PSA level! Do I have prostate cancer?

As part of Prostate Cancer Awareness month, I would like to address some common but very important questions relating to prostate cancer. I hope that this will be useful for you. What are the causes of an elevated PSA blood test? Unfortunately, Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) is not a sensitive blood test for detecting prostate cancer, because a number of benign conditions can result in elevation of PSA levels.

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