Giddy: Reasons other than prostate cancer why PSA levels may be elevated

High levels of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) are often associated with prostate cancer, but there are other reasons for high PSA levels that are not cancer-related.

Mohamed H. Kamel, MD, professor of clinical surgery at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and a UC Health physician, told online publication Giddy that some non-cancer related reasons for high PSA levels include inflammation of the prostate or a benign enlargement of the prostate.

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