Take a simple test to detect prostate cancer early
and increase successful treatment outcomes.

This Prostate Cancer Risk Assessment is designed for men who have seen a physician regarding their prostate health. It is based on the likelihood of diagnosing prostate cancer in approximately 2,000 men who have undergone prostate biopsy at Cleveland Clinic.

You will need to know a few common test results, like your PSA level, in order to complete this risk assessment. If you need clarification on the question being asked, click the icon to the right of each question for a detailed description.

Have you ever had a biopsy of your prostate?
* How old are you (in years)?
What is your ethnicity?
Family History of Prostate Cancer?
Abnormal DRE Results
* What is your PSA level (ng/ml)?
What is your free PSA? (%)?
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Disclaimer: Please note that we cannot provide treatment recommendations or diagnose your condition. This Prostate Cancer Risk Assessment Tool is NOT intended to replace the medical advice, treatment or diagnosis of your physician or health care provider. Please consult your health care provider for advice about a specific medical condition. This Prostate Cancer Risk Assessment Tool must be considered at all times as an educational, convenience service only and shall not be relied upon nor designed to replace or substitute a physician's independent judgment about the appropriateness or risks of a procedure for a given patient. Cleveland Clinic does not endorse, guarantee the accuracy, adequacy, completeness or availability of any information and is not responsible for any errors or omissions or for the results obtained from the use of this service. Cleveland Clinic does not guarantee the availability or ability to use this service.

1 Moussa, A. S., Jones, J. S., Yu, C., Fareed, K., & Kattan, M. W.. Development and validation of a nomogram for predicting a positive repeat prostate biopsy in patients with a previous negative biopsy session in the era of extended prostate sampling. BJU international (April 2010).

2 Development Of An Improved Nomogram For Prediction Of The Outcome Of The Initial Prostate Biopsy Based On Readily Available Clinical Information Osama M. Zaytoun 1 , Michael W. Kattan 2 , Ayman S. Moussa 1 , Jianbo Li 2 , and J. Stephen Jones 1 . Urology (June 2011)