Men over age of 65 should receive
regular prostate exams. Prostate cancer is the second-most common cancer in men, and prostate
screenings can help detect this cancer early. When detected early, prostate cancer
has a high survivor rate.
- Personal and/or family history of prostate cancer
- Males over the age of 65
- Changes in prostate
Prostate Cancer Symptoms
- Urinary issues
- Difficulty having an erection
- Blood in semen or urine
- Regular pain in hips, upper thighs or lower back
If you have questions about prostate cancer screening please contact your primary care physician.