Men in the lake area suffering from or concerned about the onset of prostate cancer can now seek treatment closer to home. Dr. Eric McQueary is among the latest additions to the staff at Lake Regional Hospital.
McQueary says men should start getting tested annually at around the age of 55. It begins with a simple blood test looking for elevated PSA levels – the leading early indicator of prostate cancer.
McQueary joined Lake Regional Urology after completing schooling at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. He completed residencies at Michigan State University and St. John Providence Health System in Detroit.