Prostate Cancer in Blacks and Hispanics More Aggressive and Poorly Treated in US, Study Says

Prostate Cancer in Blacks and Hispanics More Aggressive and Poorly Treated in US, Study Says
African-American and Hispanic prostate cancer patients are at higher risk of aggressive disease — but less likely to be treated for their cancer — than whites or people of Asian descent in the United States, researchers reported. The study, “Racial/Ethnic Disparity in Treatment for Prostate Cancer: Does Cancer Severity Matter,” published in the journal Urology, was developed at the Roswell

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