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Tuesday 22nd May 2018

Gene screeing for prostate cancer

7th June 2007

A Birmingham Clinic has become the first in the Midlands to offer male patients a gene test that can detect early signs of prostate cancer.  Men are curently screened for levels of PSA - prostate specific antigen - which is produce in all prostates. High levels can inidcate a number of conditions not just cancer. Birmingham Prostate clinic which is being run from private hospitals in Edgbaston, Solihull and Sutton Coldfield has introduced the PCAJ test.


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