Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among men in America, with about one in eight men diagnosed during their lifetime. It usually occurs in men 65 and older. Generally, doctors suggest that patients begin screenings in their mid-fifties. But if you’re predisposed to the illness—prostate cancer is more likely for Black men and anyone with a family history of the disease—then you should talk to a medical professional about potentially being screened earlier.
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