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How Does Age Affect Prostate Cancer Risk, And At What Age Should One Be Screened?
Question: How does age affect prostate cancer risk, and at what age should one be screened? Answer: Age is really the most dramatic factor that affects your risk of getting prostate cancer. Between the ages of 40 and 80, the risk of prostate cancer ... read more
Movember shavedown: Why you should not get your prostate checked
Prostate Canada says that one in ... men under age 55 should not be screened. The Canadian Urology Association was in agreement, but recently lowered the age to 50 years, except in special cases of strong family history, where the risk of cancer is higher. read more
It’s Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, so man up and make sure you get screened with a PSA test
The PSA is not a perfect diagnostic test, and as such we rely on other factors such as age ... prostate cancer, particularly if you also meet other risk criteria, make an appointment with a prostate cancer specialist. For high-risk men, that relationship ... read more
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Risk factors may inform breast cancer screening
Choosing when to start regular breast cancer screening is a ... screening mammography from age 40 to 49. The articles in the May 1 Annals of Internal Medicine provide information on how certain risk factors affect breast cancer risk and shift the balance ... read more
Should You Pass on Getting a Rectal Exam to Screen for Prostate Cancer?
"Prostate ... risk – with more than one first-degree relative who had prostate cancer – should begin the screening discussion at age 40. Men of average risk should start it at age 50, according to the ACS. After talking it over, men who want to be ... read more
Balding in 20s could hint at prostate cancer later in life
Men who start losing their hair at 20 may be twice as likely to get prostate cancer later in life ... does in his practice. He says if a man who didn't start balding at the age of 20 comes into his office and asks if he should be screened for prostate ... read more
9 Prostate Cancer Symptoms Every Man Should Know
Prostate cancer is the most ... Whether all men should be screened, and how often, has been a controversial topic in recent years. The general recommendation is to start at age 50 since the disease mostly affects older men, says Dr. Owusu, but talk ... read more
Fighting prostate cancer: Treatments evolve, from robotic surgery to hormonal therapy
New Jersey's 2016 top doctors for cancer care Robotic prostatectomy with the da Vinci is one of the ... says high-risk patients should begin having their PSA checked at age 40 or 45. If there are no close relatives with prostate cancer, he suggests ... read more
Studies suggest need for a new look at how to treat prostate cancer
Prostate cancer affects one in six American ... says Hall. Get screened. Know what the screening is and when you should get it. For men in general, PSA tests and digital rectal exams are recommended once a year starting at age 50. If you are African ... read more