Lowest PSA Level After Treatment May Identify Those in Need of More Aggressive Prostate-cancer Therapies

Lowest PSA Level After Treatment May Identify Those in Need of More Aggressive Prostate-cancer Therapies
The lowest level to which PSA drops after treatment with radiation and androgen-deprivation therapy, known as the PSA nadir, may predict which patients with localized prostate cancer are at high risk of death, according to new research. A PSA nadir value of 0.5 ng/mL or higher appears to identify men likely to die early from

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