Medical Advisor Dr. J Jacques Carter, discusses Black men having Prostate Cancer.
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This story originally appeared on CNN.com on Tuesday, January 8, 2018 (CNN)The rate of people dying from cancer in the United States seems to have dropped steadily for 25 years, a new study says, but disparities remain between the rich read more about Cancer Rate Is On The Decline, For Most–Here’s What We Know
In my circle of friends, it's not uncommon to get a text from one of my girls asking about a recommendation for a good OB/GYN or a therapist. We can mix these bigger health talks into our every day conversation read more about The Deadly Disease Black Men Don’t Talk About Enough (But Should)
Although about 1 in 7 men will be eventually be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime, the warning signs of the disease are often vague and may be confused with other conditions, experts at Fox Chase Cancer Center say. read more about Prostate Cancer Symptoms Often Mistaken With Other Conditions
What is the PSA test? With prostate cancer being the second leading cause of death in men and the second most common cancer in men, it is vitally important for men to know their PSA number. Knowing this number read more about Men: Knowing Your PSA Number May Save Your Life
It has long been known among medical experts for a while now that Black men are at a considerably higher risk of being falling victim to prostate cancer. As of now, Black men are 50 percent more likely to develop read more about Why Do More Black Men Die from Prostate Cancer?
Testosterone and prostate cancer don’t mix well. The hormone is fuel for prostate cancer cells, essentially making the cancer grow faster. That’s where hormone therapy comes into play. According to prostatecanceruk.org, hormone therapy works in one of two ways – read more about Your Hormone Therapy Stopped Working. Now What?