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Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA): This can help detect early prostate cancer. We offer this test to all men aged 50 and over, and also to those aged 45 and over if there is a strong family history of prostate cancer. The results are accurate; however this is not a reliable test for prostate cancer and may miss and/or suggest the presence of a cancer where there is none. Your doctor will discuss this with you.
Doctors recommend that men receive yearly prostate cancer tests starting at age 50. The risk of developing prostate cancer increases as you get older, but proper checkups can help you catch it and care for it quickly. Take a look at our infographic to learn more. Source: www.denvercyberkn...