Black Men Far More Susceptible to Prostate Cancer, but Resources are Available

Black Men Far More Susceptible to Prostate Cancer, but Resources are Available
One in six black men will develop prostate cancer during their lives, and nearly 30,000 American males of all races die from the disease every year, according to You Are Enough, a company that provides empowerment workshops. Author, speaker and entrepreneur Harold Leffall was 47 his doctor diagnosed him with prostate cancer in 2015 after Leffall took a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood test. He had the test because he told his doctor his father had prostate cancer. Later, Leffall discovered that he was mistaken — his father had an enlarged prostate, not prostate cancer. This mistake may have saved Leffall's life, because men without a family history of prostate cancer aren't usually tested for PSA until they are 50. Leffall was in great shape when he got the news about t
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