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Prostate Cancer remains the 2nd most leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men, despite being curable with early detection.3 Due to controversial recommendations about the common screening tool, called PSA screening, early detection rates and prostate cancer screenings are declining. At the same time, the number of men with an incurable disease is on the rise.4
Regular screening has been recommended if you are at high risk – but how do you know your individual risk? Relying on family history alone may not be enough.
Prompt Prostate Genetic Score™(PGS) can help identify if you are at high risk.
Using a simple cheek swab, Prompt PGS is able to identify those men at the highest risk of prostate cancer and empower them and their provider to take action by getting screened before it’s too late.
Although annual PSA* screening is not recommended for everyone,5 metastatic prostate cancer has risen by 4x since the 2012 American Association of Family Practice recommendations against annual PSA screening.6
In a major prostate cancer trial, incorporating a Prompt PGS modified screening protocol would have identified 3x more patients at higher risk for developing prostate cancer than family history alone.7
In that same trial, incorporating a Prompt PGS modified screening protocol would have been 2x as efficient as annual PSA screening, catching 20% more high grade cancer.8
Prompt PGS provides a personalized genetic score for your likelihood of developing prostate cancer, so that you and your practitioner can determine the right screening protocol for you.
Prompt PGS was based off REDUCE, PLCO, PCPT, and several other large clinical trials.
“The Prompt test has provided definite relief and reassurance to me. I would encourage others to take the test and any necessary measures that might help them deal with the condition before it appears or worsens.”
“I’m grateful that there are tests of this nature that can help us be especially vigilant about such a potentially dangerous disease.”