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    Multiple biopsies, no cancer found
    Anon_29333 posted:
    Over the past several (6) years my PSA has risen from 4 to 14, I have had 4 biopsies, over 60 samples with no cancer found. My dad died at 82 fron prostate cancer. I am currently 68 years old and in good health.
    Would "watchful waiting" be the next treatment option for me?
    greekgoddess98 responded:
    have been going thru the same thing with my spouse....high psa, neg bios....the dr's cannot figure out what is causing his high levels...pretty much a wait and see for now....just blood tests every so many months....this is so fustrating for us!
    juanrico replied to greekgoddess98's response:
    Check out, they have an answer for this problem of multiple negative biopsies.

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