Prostate cancer tends to affect older men, but that doesn’t mean that younger men are immune to the disease. It can happen to any man, at any time of life.
But how is prostate cancer detected and diagnosed? In this video, shared by OncLiveTV, Dr. Stacy Loeb, from NYU Langone Medical Center, discusses prostate cancer screening, the benefits of early screening and how it can be a life saver, which patients can be considered for screening, risk factors, and PSA tests and its levels among other considerations.
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