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Uploaded on Jun 12, 2008
"PSA allows us to detect prostate cancer several years before that nodule would develop, at a much earlier stage, and therefore at a much more curable stage." Drs. Schlegel (Department Chairman) and Tewari of Cornell Urology discuss the application of PSA tests, digital rectum exams, and other approaches that enable urologists to diagnose prostate cancer earlier. A family history of prostate cancer and the implications relative to a diagnosis of prostate cancer is also discussed. The need to receive a PDA and at what age is also covered by one of the leading prostate cancer researchers.