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The American Cancer Society recommends getting screened for prostate cancer at age 50. For men with higher risk (e.g., family history of prostate cancer), earlier screenings are recommended at ages 40 or 45.
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The American Cancer Society recommends getting screened for prostate cancer at age 50. For men with higher risk (e.g., family history of prostate cancer), earlier screenings are recommended at ages 40 or 45.
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The chance of having prostate cancer goes up as the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) level goes up. Most men without prostate cancer have PSA levels under 4 ng/mL of blood.
Did you know?
The American Cancer Society recommends getting screened for prostate cancer at age 50. For men with higher risk (e.g., family history of prostate cancer), earlier screenings are recommended at ages 40 or 45.
Did you know?
The American Cancer Society recommends getting screened for prostate cancer at age 50. For men with higher risk (e.g., family history of prostate cancer), earlier screenings are recommended at ages 40 or 45.
Did you know?
The chance of having prostate cancer goes up as the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) level goes up. Most men without prostate cancer have PSA levels under 4 ng/mL of blood.
Did you know?
The American Cancer Society recommends getting screened for prostate cancer at age 50. For men with higher risk (e.g., family history of prostate cancer), earlier screenings are recommended at ages 40 or 45.
Did you know?
The American Cancer Society recommends getting screened for prostate cancer at age 50. For men with higher risk (e.g., family history of prostate cancer), earlier screenings are recommended at ages 40 or 45.
Did you know?
The chance of having prostate cancer goes up as the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) level goes up. Most men without prostate cancer have PSA levels under 4 ng/mL of blood.
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A number of factors other than prostate cancer can also raise PSA levels, including: enlarged prostate, older age, prostatitis, riding a bicycle, certain medicines
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Every 18 minutes an American man dies from prostate cancer.
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There are over 2.9 million prostate cancer survivors in America today.
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The American Cancer Society recommends getting screened for prostate cancer at age 50. For men with higher risk (e.g., family history of prostate cancer), earlier screenings are recommended at ages 40 or 45.
Did you know?
The chance of having prostate cancer goes up as the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) level goes up. Most men without prostate cancer have PSA levels under 4 ng/mL of blood.
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Men with a PSA level between 4 and 10 have about a 1 in 4 chance of having prostate cancer; over 50% chance if the PSA level is more than 10.