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When it comes to discussing prostate cancer, many people get nervous. It is viewed as a personal, private disease, too often discussed in hushed tones.
This lack of open discussion limits awareness and education about the disease, but Prostate Cancer Awareness Month provides an opportunity to share information with men (and women) about prostate cancer statistics, symptoms, prevention, and early detection. Let’s make it our resolution this month to bring prostate cancer to the forefront.
This year, an estimated 233,000 men in the United States will be diagnosed with prostate cancer and an estimated 29,480 will die from the disease. With early detection and treatment, however, it does not have to be fatal. The relative five-year survival rate is almost 100 percent, and more than 2.5 million men in the United States are prostate cancer survivors.
Men, here’s what you need to know to reduce your risk for prostate cancer:
Stephen Brassell, MD is a urologic oncologist with St. Luke’s Mountain States Tumor Institute.
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