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Re: Ultrasensitive PSA reading

Tom,

Your post and the apparent ignorance of your urologist about ultrasensitive PSA tests is almost enough to get me out of semi-retirement!But I see that is not necessary - see my response of March 7 onj this thread.

Good luck! All the best

Terry In Australia

Re: Ultrasensitive PSA reading

Thanks to all of you for your posts. I greatly appreciate it. I have had 3 more PSA's since March. March was .06, May .06, August .05 and October .06. My urologist advised checking it every 2 or 3 months. It's staying low but still is not 'Undetectable". Will keep the faith. God bless all you guys out there too.

Thanks,
John

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