$26.5M Study to Look at Why Black Men at Higher Risk for Aggressive Prostate Cancer

$26.5M Study to Look at Why Black Men at Higher Risk for Aggressive Prostate Cancer
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Prostate Cancer Foundation launched a $26.5 million large-scale, multi-institutional study to assess how biological and social factors could be associated with aggressive prostate cancer in African-American men. Black men in the U.S. have about a 15 percent chance of developing prostate cancer during their lifetime — 5 percent

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