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It is a pity that the link on this site to "Click here to see Whole Article online" does not work - at least for me! - because I would like to have read the entire article.
Anyone who might be unfamiliar with the subject of PSA variance needs to note that this paper apparently deals with so-called biochemical failure after treatment. it is not discussing the variations that can, and do, occur in men with their prostate glands still in place or untreated.
Re: Re: Rising PSA In Nonmetastatic Prostate Cancer
Sorry, I should have mentioned that. Hopefully the link to the full article will work again soon, it seems like a major site so I'm hoping it's just down today. I seen another forum where they were talking about that article so at least it worked then.