Should You Ask Your Doctor for a Prostate-Specific Antigen Test?

The prostate-specific antigen test, or PSA test, can detect the early warning signs of prostate cancer. One high-profile report was highly critical of the test, and as a result, many doctors stopped performing the PSA test.

The only problem: the report itself has since been highly criticized as inaccurate, and many men are developing prostate cancer as a result of this lack of testing.

Frank Cristiano is a prostate cancer survivor and injury attorney. In this video, he explains that if your doctor fails to perform this test on you and you develop prostate cancer, you could have grounds for a medical malpractice lawsuit.

Contact attorney Cristiano directly at 888-392-6461.

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