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Prostate Results/Report

Understanding Your Results The result of your prostate biopsy usually comes out within 10 days after your procedure. When you receive your results, you may find it hard to decipher. Prostate biopsy ...
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Getting a Prostate Biopsy

What to Expect Before, During & After the Procedure When there is a sudden increase in your prostate-specific antigen or PSA and your family’s medical history includes cancer, your doctor ...
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What Happens if Your PSA Numbers Are High?

The prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening is a test conducted to measure the levels of PSA protein in the blood and check for signs of prostate cancer. According to The American Cancer Society, ...
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PSA Screenings: When Should You Start?

The American Cancer Society estimates that one in six American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. As part of a yearly check up you may be asked to take a prostate-specific ...
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