Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer risk: Five most common causes of prostate cancer – is it hereditary? [Video]

Jonathan Coleman dies aged 65 following prostate cancer battle

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Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the UK and usually develops slowly. A recent poll showed nearly half of men have no idea where the prostate is and 78 percent of men are unaware of the physical symptoms which could indicate the condition. Women were found to be 27 percent more likely to know the signs to look out for – so what are the top five risk factors for this condition?

A small percentage (five percent) of prostate cancers are hereditary and occur in families.

Families often share common elements, including factors such as …

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