Best Cancer Screening Packages for Men

Cancer Screening for Men

Assess your cancer risk, get an early diagnosis, and give yourself the best chance of complete cure!
Cancer Screening for Men Assess your cancer risk, get an early diagnosis, and give yourself the best chance of complete cure!

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Cancer Screening for Men

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Cancer Screening Price - 3500/-

Why Cancer Screening for Male?

Cancers can often take years to develop and become dangerous, and leaving it too late to detect them can become the biggest impediment to cure them. Early detection is the most effective way of treating cancer. A cancer screening for men helps you understand the cancers you may be susceptible to, or aids n early diagnosis for all types of cancers. So, get screened, stay safe.

Benefits of the Cancer Screening for Men

A cancer screening for men is your starting point to get a baseline assessment on your cancer risk. It gives you an insight into the possible cancers of the future, and helps you arrive at a preventive plan for the same. A cancer screening for men is also helpful in detecting any potential cancers in the early stages. This increases the chances of complete and effective cancer cure.

Early Detection: Cancer screening tests help detect cancer in its early stages, often before symptoms develop. Early detection generally leads to more treatment options and better outcomes.

Improved Survival Rates: When cancer is diagnosed at an early stage, treatment is generally more effective, leading to higher survival rates.

Preventive Measures: Some screenings, like colonoscopies or skin exams, may detect pre-cancerous conditions, allowing for interventions or lifestyle changes to prevent cancer from developing.

Reduced Treatment Intensity: If cancer is detected early, less aggressive treatment options may be available, reducing the need for extensive surgeries, chemotherapy, or radiation therapy.

Pre-Test Prep

- At least 2 hours fasting for blood tests

Why Choose Us

- State-of-the-art Infrastructure
- Expert Team of Technicians & Pathologists
- NABL Accredited Laboratory
- Commitment to Excellence in Patient Care

What is covered under the Cancer Screening for Men?
The male cancer screening tests includes investigations to get an assessment on your cancer risk, and lab investigations to ascertain any possible cancerous or tumors present in the body.

Imaging Studies
- X-RAY Chest PA View

Lab Tests
- Creatinine
- HbA1C
- Stool Occult Blood
- Complete Urine Examination
- CA – 125
- Total PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) (Male)

Expert Consultation By
- Medical Oncologist


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Frequently Asked Questions
Cancer screening for men is crucial because it allows for the early detection of potential cancers, enabling timely intervention and treatment. Many cancers can develop silently without noticeable symptoms until they reach an advanced stage. Screening helps identify these cancers before they become more difficult to treat.
The age at which men should start cancer screening varies depending on the type of cancer and individual risk factors. However, for many cancers such as prostate, colorectal, and testicular cancer, screening typically begins around age 50. It's important for men to discuss their individual risk factors and screening recommendations with their healthcare provider.
Common cancer screenings for men include prostate cancer screening (PSA test and digital rectal exam), colorectal cancer screening (colonoscopy, fecal occult blood test), and testicular cancer screening (testicular self-exam). Additionally, depending on individual risk factors, men may also undergo screenings for lung cancer, skin cancer, and other types of cancer.
The discomfort level of cancer screenings can vary depending on the type of screening test. Some screenings, such as the PSA blood test for prostate cancer, are relatively simple and non-invasive. Others, such as a colonoscopy, may involve some discomfort or sedation but are generally well-tolerated. It's important to discuss any concerns about pain or discomfort with your healthcare provider.
If a cancer screening test comes back abnormal, it doesn't necessarily mean that cancer is present. Many factors can contribute to abnormal results, including benign conditions or technical issues with the test. Further diagnostic tests may be needed to confirm or rule out cancer. It's essential to follow up with your healthcare provider for proper evaluation and guidance.
While cancer screenings cannot prevent cancer outright, they can help detect cancer at an early stage when it's most treatable. Early detection through screening can lead to more effective treatment options and better outcomes. Additionally, some screenings, such as colonoscopies, can also help prevent cancer by identifying and removing precancerous growths called polyps before they become cancerous.

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