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It’s as though I’m taking another step on a tight rope with each successive PSA test.
My PSA took a considerable jump up to 0.16 ng/ml. I wasn’t expecting that.
When we take care of our prostate health, we give ourselves the best chance to prevent and control prostate cancer.
I’m coming to the end of the six months since my last PSA test, so it’s almost time for my next visit to Dracula.
It’s hard to believe, too, that in a few weeks it will be four years since my PSA became detectable again.
Transforming doctors’ offices into man caves could help make men feel more at home and take control of their health.
Just 13% of men who opted for active surveillance over treatment adhered to the recommended monitoring schedule.
A conversation with NCI’s Howard Parnes, MD
How a baseball broadcaster brought his career and advocacy together to educate men about early detection of prostate cancer
Just for grins and giggles, I asked her the $64,000 question: How do you define biochemical recurrence?
Both new cases and mortality have declined or stabilized in most countries.
If you’re not going to acknowledge reader comments, why bother giving us the option to do comment in the first place?
I can’t wait to hear what the urologist has to say about this on 18 April.
I should have the results of my next PSA test by Friday.
Every doctor has his or her own take on the situation and what should be done, and very few of those opinions match.
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