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PSA does not directly save lives. However, since the use of PSA testing, the death rate from prostate cancer has dropped around forty percent in some studies. The prostate gland produces a protein called prostate-stimulating antigen, or PSA.What is a free PSA level?
Free PSA: When total PSA is in the range of 4.0-10.0 ng/mL, a free PSA of less than 10 percent raises the likelihood that prostate cancer is present depending on age; whereas a high free PSA (more than 25 percent) indicates a low risk of prostate cancer, depending on age.What is a PSA result?
A PSA test is a test that measures the levels of the protein in the blood. The results are typically given in nanograms of PSA per milliliter of blood (ng/mL). A measurement of 4 ng/mL is considered to be normal, but this baseline changes with age. As a man ages, his PSA levels naturally rise. According to the National Cancer Institute