Does PSA Promote Prostate Cancer?

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PROSTATE-specific antigen
TUMOR antigens
PROSTATE -- Cancer
METASTASIS
NUTRITION
MEN -- Health & hygiene

Abstract:The article discusses the debate on whether prostate-specific antigen (PSA) promote prostate cancer. Emerging evidence reveals that PSA may play a role in the progression and metastasis of prostate cancer. A significant amount of published data associates high intake of certain nutrients with reduced incidences of prostate cancer. Scientists are now finding that some of these nutrients function to reduce or interfere with PSA activity in the prostate gland. The anti-PSA activity of these nutrients becomes significant and helps explain why men who consume certain nutrients have lower incidences and a slower progression of disease when prostate cancer has been diagnosed. INSET: HOW PSA MAY PROMOTE PROSTATE CANCER.

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