Ben Stiller Says a PSA Test Saved His Life- Beating Prostate Cancer And Now Nominated For An Emmy As a Director

Published Aug 6, 2019

Ben Stiller Says a PSA Test Saved His Life- Beating Prostate Cancer And Now Nominated For An Emmy As a Director

At the age of forty-eight Stiller received a PSA test which found prostate cancer. The screening, which he says saved his life, was conducted before the recommended age for most American men.

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