The prostate gland creates a protein called PSA, or prostate-specific antigen. The prostate gland produces more PSA when there is a problem. Prostate cancer can be detected by elevated PSA levels.
You might be more vulnerable to developing prostate cancer if you:
- Are over the age of 50.
- Who have Caribbean or African ancestry?
- Have a history of prostate cancer in your family.
- Possess particular genetic alterations that increase the risk that prostate cancer will develop.
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