Prostate Cancer Screening Atlanta, GA | $49 PSA Blood Test

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Prostate Testing Atlanta GA

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Reviewed By: Dr. Kurt Kloss, MD
Last Reviewed Date: Sep 04, 2019

Prostate Test Labs in Atlanta, Georgia

Prostate testing is a very important element of preventive healthcare in men as they reach middle age and beyond. That's because risk of prostate problems, including prostate cancers, increases with age. So if you are in your 40s or 50s and haven't had prostate PSA level testing yet, it's probably time to make an appointment with a lab-testing center for a prostate test near Atlanta, GA.

PSA Blood Test Labs in Atlanta, GA

Order same day lab testing for prostate concerns from a CLIA certified lab near Atlanta GA.

Quest Diagnostics

285 Boulevard Ne
Atlanta, GA 30312


315 Blvd Ne (Suite 532)
Atlanta, GA 30312

Quest Diagnostics

550 Peachtree St Ne (Ste 1460)
Atlanta, GA 30308


5667 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd 295
Atlanta, GA 30342

Quest Diagnostics

5667 Peachtree Dunwoody Road Ne
Atlanta, GA 30342

Quest Diagnostics

5673 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30342


755 Mount Vernon Hwy Ne (Ste 270)
Atlanta, GA 30328


975 Johnson Ferry Rd Ne 320
Atlanta, GA 30342

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Why is it so important for men to have prostate tests?

Because an annual prostate test near Atlanta, GA can potentially save your life, providing early warning for prostate cancer. Men are more frequently affected by this form of cancer than any other, aside from skin cancer. When it is caught early, before it has time to spread, prostate cancer can be treated quite successfully. In fact, according to American Cancer Society statistics, early-stage prostate cancer has a 5-year survival rate of 100 percent, as compared to a 29 percent rate once the cancer has had time to spread.

So what, exactly, is involved in prostate cancer testing?

Standard prostate cancer screening is done with a simple blood test, called the Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) test. It measures levels of PSA a protein made by the prostate gland in the blood. If you have high levels of PSA, the cause may be a condition like prostatitis or enlarged prostate, but high PSA can also be a sign of a cancerous prostate. For that reason, if you have a prostate test near Atlanta, GA and receive results showing high PSA levels, it is important to follow up with a visit to your doctor, who may wish to send you for a prostate biopsy to rule out prostate cancer.