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Why does PSMA matter?

PSMA is an important biomarker for assessing the progression of your disease.

Prostate-specific membrane antigen, or PSMA, can be detected by a PSMA PET scan.

Advanced Accelerator Applications is leading research on the role of PSMA in prostate cancer with the hope of bringing another personalized medicine to patients with metastatic prostate cancer.

 

Biomarker: a characteristic of your cancer that can be measured and give your doctor more information about your cancer.

Metastatic prostate cancer: prostate cancer that has spread to other parts of your body.

PET: positron emission tomography.

PSMA PET scan: an imaging test that allows your doctor to check for PSMA-positive (PSMA+) cancer in your body.

PSMA can help inform the decisions you and your doctor will make regarding your metastatic prostate cancer treatment plan

Talk to your doctor about PSMA and what it can tell you about your metastatic prostate cancer.

The more you know about your metastatic prostate cancer, the better you and your doctor can manage and treat your disease.