PSA Failure After Prostate Cancer Surgery Predicts Mortality Risk Only in Healthy Men

PSA Failure After Prostate Cancer Surgery Predicts Mortality Risk Only in Healthy Men
Researchers found an association between increased levels of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) — known as PSA failure — and a high risk of mortality in healthy patients who had previously received treatment for prostate cancer. But in patients who had another disease, such as history of heart attack or stroke, PSA failure no longer appeared to

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Joana brings more than 8 years of academic research and experience as well as Scientific writing and editing to her role as a Science and Research writer. She also served as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Center for Neuroscience and Cell Biology in Coimbra, Portugal, where she also received her PhD in Health Science and Technologies, with a specialty in Molecular and Cellular Biology.

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