Recommendations

Prostate Cancer Canada Recommends:

1. Men should get a PSA test in their 40s to establish their baseline.

2. Men at high risk for prostate cancer should talk to their primary care provider before age 40 about prostate cancer.

3. At or over age 70, the decision to end prostate cancer screening should be based on an informed discussion with their primary care provider.

 




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