Due to the 2012 recommendation to stop using PSA tests as a method or possible early detection of Prostate cancer. I did not have a PSA blood test from 2013 to 2016. My doctor never told me the test was discontinued and didn't recommended it.
Important fact the group that made the recommendations did no include an single oncologist.
In august 2016 I was diagnosed with stage 4 metastatic Prostate cancer with a PSA of 687. That's right 687.
I would much rather go through he testing, and the biopsy and get some information rather than no information and then be fighting for my life for these past, almost 3 year.
I will write more about treatments and treatment options and opportunities.
Zensailer, Oceanside ca.