Prepared by Harvard Health Publications' editors, this 128-page report describes the causes and treatment of prostate diseases and provides practical advice for coping with troubling side effects.
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Following surgery to remove a cancerous prostate gland, some men experience a biochemical recurrence, meaning that prostate-specific antigen (PSA) has become detectable in their blood. Since only the prostate releases PSA, removing the gland should drop this protein to undetectable levels in the body. Detecting PSA could signify that prostate cancer cells are lingering, and […]Read more »
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