PSA (Prostate-specific antigen) testing is controversial to say the least. The prostate specific antigen is a protein that is produced by the prostate. This blood test, along with a prostate examination, is one of the ways that prostate cancer can be detected, as PSA can be elevated years before prostate cancer causes any symptoms in the body. However, the results of PSA testing are imprecise, and high levels do not necessarily signal that one has cancer.
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