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If you are still going for that PSA (Total) test as a way of screening for prostate cancer, there is no guarantee that if your result is between 0-4ng/ml, it means prostate cancer is not present. This is a fact. Many men have been diagnosed with aggressive prostate cancer with levels as low as 0.5ng/ml. You should also be aware that not all prostate cancers will cause you a problem in your lifetime. Another fact.

Is it non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate (BPH) or prostate cancer?

Read my article about the benefits of a prostate cancer risk assessment below

Understanding the Benefits of a “Prostate Cancer Risk Assessment”