Prostate Cancer: Could You Be at Risk?

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men after skin cancer and the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths after lung cancer. But what are the odds that you’ll develop the disease? They could be much higher than you think. We’ve put together a list of risks using information from Prostate Cancer UK and the National Cancer Institute. Read

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2 comments

  1. Chris O'Neill says:

    “One in eight men in the U.K. and one in seven men in the U.S. will develop prostate cancer.”

    No. Most men over 50 have prostate cancer. The above is the number of men diagnosed with prostate cancer.

  2. SUE Mather says:

    Prostate cancer can be cured with a early diagnosis. The main cause of late stage cancer is still due the American and Canadian Task Force that still recommend aginst screening . They still continue with the argument that men are over treated when the diagnosis of cancer is there . Had my husband Dave been given screening for Prostate cancer he may have been here today . If cancer on either side genitically runs in your family know your psa #. Get screened …stage 2 is fixable stage 4 out side the prostate what Dave had was a death sentence

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