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Prostate cancer detected using a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood test and digital examination is almost always treatable. In fact, PSA screening may lead to over-detection and over-treatment. For this reason, most medical societies now agree prostate cancer screenings should not occur without an informed decision-making process.
There are commonly no associated symptoms for prostate cancer, but occasionally men present with difficulty urinating or pain in their bones.