Prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer affecting men in the United States, but is most treatable when caught early. Establishing a baseline prostate-specific antigen (PSA) score at age 40 can help doctors better interpret your future PSA scores. Know your stats—and don't let prostate cancer take you out of the game.
The American Urological Association recommends that men age 40 and older talk with their doctor about prostate cancer testing. Knowing your score today could help save your life later.
Across the country, urologists, along with national and local organizations, have joined the campaign to help men know their stats about prostate cancer. Many are offering free or low-cost prostate cancer screenings. Enter your zip code below to find a screening event near you. Or, simply find a urologist in your area.
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