Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers which affect men. It tends to affect older men but younger males are not completely free from it. There are several factors that may be the cause of the development of prostate cancer, family history and genetics being two examples.
In this video, shared by Prostate Cancer Foundation, listen to Dr. Jonathan W. Simons, President and CEO of the Prostate Cancer Foundation, talk about how genetics and family history can be of major importance when it comes to cancer. Not only for men, but also for women, as recent studies have shown. Watch the video to learn more about how cancer genes can be passed along family members and who is more at risk.
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