Prostate cancer screening depends on a variety of factors, including age and family history. Understanding the risk factors unique to your situation is critical for you and your healthcare provider.

Current prostate cancer screening guidelines are confusing. Since the 2012 American Association of Family Practice recommendations against annual PSA Screening for everyone, there has been a 4x increase in metastatic prostate cancer. To address this trend, guidelines were updated in 2018 to recommend screening for those men at high risk.

Prompt Prostate Genetic Score(PGS) can help identify if you are at high risk.

Prostate cancer screening depends on a variety of factors, including age and family history. Understanding the risk factorsunique to your situation is critical for you and your healthcare provider.

Current prostate cancer screening guidelines are confusing. Since the 2012 American Association of Family Practice recommendations against annual PSA Screening for everyone, there has been a 4x increase in metastatic prostate cancer. To address this trend, guidelines were updated in 2018 to recommend screening for those men at high risk.

Prompt Prostate Genetic Score(PGS) can help identify if you are at high risk.

In a major prostate cancer trial, incorporating a Prompt PGS modified screening protocol would have identified

3x More Patients

at greater risk for developing prostate cancer than family history alone.1

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.2

Prompt PGS provides a personalized genetic score for your likelihood of developing prostate cancer, so that you and your healthcare practitioner can determine the right screening protocol for you.

1. “Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) Test.” National Cancer Institute, www.cancer.gov/types/prostate/psa-fact-sheet#what-is-the-psa-test.
2. Atlas, Steven J. “Time to Rethink the Debate on PSA Testing.” Harvard Health Publishing, Harvard Medical School, 22 Sept. 2017, www.health.harvard.edu/blog/time-to-rethink-the-psa-to-test-or-not-to-test-debate-2017092912463.

Our genetic test encourages men to be actively involved in the development of their personalized prostate cancer screening approach at an early stage. With a simple cheek swab, Prompt PGS compares your specific genetic profile to tens of thousands of others and can help you and your healthcare practitioner determine what is best for you.

Prompt PGS will empower you and your healthcare practitioner with your genetic score to make an informed decision about screening.

Knowledge is power… Ask your healthcare practitioner about your Prompt Prostate Genetic Score today.

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