Prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer in developed countries, affecting 1 in 7 to 10 men and is the most dangerous prostate diseases. Although sometimes it may present with prostate enlargement symptoms (difficult urination, straining, incomplete bladder emptying and need to wake up during sleeping for passing urine). Most cases may be asymptomatic, that is why screening for prostate cancer is important. It is done by a simple blood test called PSA, followed by an evaluation by a Urologist including taking history and a physical exam .The best cure rates are with early stages that is why we advise everyone above age of 45 to get tested. The disease can be treated with surgery (laparoscopic or robotic) or radiation therapy. Moreover, patients with low risk disease may be just observed. If you are more than 45 years old, we advise you to come to our clinic to get screened.
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