Author: Heather Yourex-West, Global News
Ashok Sehgal considers himself a lucky man. Seven years ago, his wife urged him to get a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test, an assessment currently used to screen men for prostate cancer.
When his PSA level came back high, Sehgal’s doctor ordered another test and eventually a biopsy. He was later diagnosed with Stage 4 prostate cancer.
“It saved my life, that (PSA test) saved my life,” Sehgal said. “That’s true!”
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