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Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men, accounting for 30% of all new cancer diagnosis and over 13% of all male cancer deaths in Australia. Not all prostate cancers are the same; they are generally classified based on grade, severity and extent of the cancer. Low-grade cancers could often be safely monitored in […]

Benign Prostate Enlargement

This is a common condition affecting most men as they get older. Enlargement of the prostate gland results in narrowing of the urine passage and subsequently results in difficulty passing urine. The most common symptoms include: Weak, slow stream of the urine Difficulty starting urination or straining to pass urine Increased frequency or urgent need […]

PSA Testing

PSA refers to ‘prostate specific antigen’ a protein which is made and secreted by the prostate gland. PSA is a blood test and used as a screening tool to detect prostate cancer. Since the introduction of PSA test for screening of prostate cancer, there has been a significant decline in mortality from prostate cancer. Prior […]