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PCA Risk Asessment Calculator

NOTE- I do not have any affiliation nor recommend these results as anything other than another opinion of what can these PSA numbers mean. It is free to use and nearly anonymous and you don't need to join anything.

Here's a place to go for a first order estimate of what your PSA means. It's just one opinion based off study results they've collected; but it's one more piece of a puzzle we high PSA men face.

http://deb.uthscsa.edu/URORiskCalc/Pages/calcs.jsp

Enter the first basic info - calculate; then you can click the right column to select different for different methods (e.g., if you have a proPSA score, or PCA3).

Another basic resource:

https://www.auanet.org/education/guidelines/prostate-cancer-detection.cfm

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