PSA stands for Prostate Specific Antigen. It may indicate prostate cancer. But – it may not.
Here's a look at what's coming up on Your Health Matters this weekend on GPB:
In the full segment Dr. Sandy looks at the important discussion of when men need to be tested, and treated.Disclaimer: Your seeking of information on health related topics and/or Sandra Adamson Fryhofer, M.D.'s providing such information herein constitutes neither the solicitation of nor the provision of medical advice, services, care or treatment. Communication with Dr. Fryhofer on this website does not create a doctor/patient relationship. For concerns about your own particular medical condition, you should consult your own medical professional who can examine and evaluate you. Communication on a website is not a substitute for taking an active role in your own medical care and treatment and being personally seen by a physician of choice in your area.