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What is a PSA test?


Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) is a protein produced by the prostate and found in the blood. A PSA blood test can detect prostate cancer early, but it may not save lives. Many prostate cancers grow slowly, so a PSA test may save the lives of some men while causing others to have unnecessary surgeries or radiation treatments, which could cause lifelong problems such as erectile dysfunction or incontinence.   Read more

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Common Medical Terminology


Usually, when visiting a medical appointment, the doctor may use a variety of words that non-medical related people can have trouble understanding, this mainly occurs because the world of medicine is so extense in knowledge and so specific in terminology that there are a lot of words that you will only hear when having a medical-related activity.

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Important facts you should know about the Hodgkin’s Lymphoma


Un linfoma es un tipo de cáncer que se desarrolla específicamente en el sistema linfático, atacando los ganglios linfáticos, bazo, hígado y médula ósea. Su causa principal es desconocida, aparece comúnmente entre los 15 y 35 años o los 50 y 70. Personas con VIH tienen un riesgo mayor que el resto de la población.

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What is a PSA test?
Common Medical Terminology
Important facts you should know about the Hodgkin’s Lymphoma