Ben Stiller on prostate cancer and the PSA test: ‘Every guy should get tested’
Just last month, actor Ben Stiller revealed he was diagnosed and treated for prostate cancer two years ago, at the age of 48. Now he joins TODAY’s Matt Lauer along with his surgeon, Dr. Edward Schaeffer, to talk about the controversial prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test. He also reveals why he opted for prostate surgery, and how he is doing afterward.
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