József Varga M.D. - Prostate cancer screening and prevention

Prostate cancer can now be screened and cured. The European Urology Recommendation recommends regular screening from the age of 45. Prostate screening consists of a blood test to determine the PSA (prostate specific antigen) level and a physical examination. An elevated PSA level is an indication of prostate disease: prostate cancer, prostatitis or benign prostate enlargement. The blood test is followed by a physical examination, which is not painful. To learn more about preventing the disease, watch our video with József Varga M.D., urologist at Dr. Rose Private Hospital.