Experimental Model Finds High PSA Levels After Prostate Cancer Surgery May Not Lead To Metastasis

Experimental Model Finds High PSA Levels After Prostate Cancer Surgery May Not Lead To Metastasis
Recent findings published in the Clinical Cancer Research journal, show that some prostate cancer patients who present elevated levels of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) after a radical prostatectomy (RP), may die of causes unrelated to prostate cancer long before they are diagnosed with prostate cancer metastasis. The study, titled “Overdetection of Recurrence after Radical Prostatectomy: Estimates

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