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10 interesting myths: 1. It is the most common non-skin cancer in men 2. Age is the biggest risk factor 3. Having a first-degree relative with prostate cancer is a major risk factor (father, brother, and son) 4. It is diagnosed more commonly in men of African ancestry 5. It […]

10 Myths About Prostate Cancer



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In order to avoid the invasiveness of the prostate biopsy, researchers are trying to detect prostate cancer using markers of gene expression in urine.   The serum prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test has a high false positive rate. As a single marker, PSA provides limited diagnostic information. A multi-marker test capable […]

Detecting Prostate Cancer in Urine





Common Sense (Rapper/Actor/Activist) has been passionate about prostate cancer screening because he is aware that African American men are at high risk for the disease. Click the link to see his personal statements about prostate cancer screening.   PSA-Common

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