Can Prostate Cancer Be Detected Using A Urine Test?
Dr. David Samadi states that prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men next to skin cancer and 230,000 men are diagnosed to have prostate cancer each year
The current method of diagnosis is using the PSA blood test.
The new study originating in London analyses the gasses emitting from the urine and detect prostate cancer with 95% accuracy eliminating the need for a PSA test & Biopsy.
At present, this test is not available for clinical use with the potential of being available n the next two to five years.