It was by sheer coincidence that 60-year-old Paul Fennell remembered to book in his regular PSA test in early 2014. Paul was diagnosed with prostate cancer, luckily for him, his test proved to be life-saving.
Current research using the South Australian Prostate Cancer Clinical Outcomes Collaborative (SA-PCCOC) database supported by Australian Prostate Cancer is paving the way in life-changing research. You can feel proud knowing your support will help save lives! Continue reading
You may know that men with a family history of prostate cancer have an increased risk of developing cancer themselves and are encouraged to commence PSA screening earlier than other men in the population. However, the question remains – if these men do develop prostate cancer – are their outcomes different to the rest of the population? Continue reading