“My prostate cancer was successfully treated, but now my PSA is up. Does that mean the cancer is back?”
PET/CT with Axumin, a more sensitive prostate scan, can get you answers. Fast.
If your PSA is elevated after you have already been treated for prostate cancer, it’s understandable if you’re not anxious to have a biopsy.
Here’s the good news. A fast, simple, non-invasive PET/CT scan with a special radiotracer called Axumin could get you the answers you need. More sensitive than CT scans or bone scans, which can only find recurrent prostate cancer at higher PSA levels, PET/CT with Axumin can detect disease even if your score is under 10. And it can also tell you whether the cancer has spread elsewhere.
Stop wondering and ask your doctor about PET/CT with Axumin as a follow-up to elevated PSA after prostate cancer treatment.