Are Men Doing Enough to Prevent Prostate Cancer?

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CANCER cells
PROSTATE -- Cancer
CANCER in men
OLDER men -- Diseases
MEN -- Diseases

Abstract:The article reports on the critical need to identify how relatively dormant cancer cells in the prostate gland eventually break through the body's protective barrier to become clinically diagnosed prostate cancer. It discusses the large percentage of men over the age of 70 who already have cancer cells present in their prostate glands. The article also reports on the efforts of health-conscious males to prevent prostate cancer.

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