Starting at age 50, men should talk to a doctor about the pros and cons of testing so they can decide whether testing is the right choice for them.
If you are African American, or have a father or brother who had prostate cancer before age 65, you should begin having this discussion with a doctor when you reach the age of 45.
If you decide to be tested, you should have a PSA blood test with or without a rectal exam. How often you are tested will depend on your PSA level.
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The Medical Team We Use to Investigate Your Case: We have longstanding relationships with many of the top medical experts in this field. We hire them to review your medical records and test results, and determine whether your cancer should have been diagnosed sooner. If you suspect you’ve been the victim of a doctors’ failure to make a timely diagnosis of your breast cancer, contact us for a free case evaluation.
Taking Care of Your Family: If you’re worried about who will take care of your family when you’re gone, or if you’re worried about how you’ll pay for your medical bills, learn more about the compensation you might be able to recover if your doctor failed to make a timely diagnosis of your cancer. See the results* we have obtained for our clients due to their doctors’ failure to diagnose their cancer early.
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*Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.