The silent killer of men, and why they won’t find out

June 17, 2013   // 0 Comments

by Dr. Terrance McGill, theGrio The numbers are there for all to see. One in six men will have prostate cancer in their lifetime. Prostate cancer occurs in African-American men 60 percent more often than Caucasian men, and when they are diagnosed, it’s more likely to be in advance stages. African-Americans get screened and tested at the same rate as White Americans — 52 percent — however more b...

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