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4 Replies to “PSA.”

  1. It’s very kind of those guys to offer such a useful service (for free, too).

    What does PSA stand for?
    It made me think of something not related to the content of the post.

  2. It’s a word of the medical field, a glycoprotein that is used to detect a certain type of cancer. I am no doctor (well, in fact I am, just not medical) but my father went through a scary experience of thinking he was sick when he wasn’t. The PSA testing can give many false positives. That’s why the word puts me in a state of alert.

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