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Stage IV Prostate Cancer Incidence Down, Survival Up, But More Younger Men Make up an Increased Proportion of the Diagnosed

According to a study funded by Amgen Inc., the incidence of stage IV prostate cancer has significantly declined and survival has improved, but the scary side of the equation is that younger men represent an increasing proportion of those diagnosed. The study was published in the June issue of Urology. […]

Younger Men With Advanced Prostate Cancer Have A Shorter Lifespan

Advanced prostate cancer poses a deadly paradox for younger men (aged 35 to 44 years). Younger men diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer will have a shorter remaining life span than older men who develop the disease, despite the fact that in general younger men have a much lower risk of dying from prostate cancer. Daniel [...]

Younger Men with Advanced Prostate Cancer Die Earlier from the Cancer

A paradoxical, but logical finding, indicates that I am more likely to die from prostate cancer than my fellow pc survivors. In the world of prostate cancer I am a young man. I was diagnosed at 50 years and suffered a recurrence at 55 years, in the prostate cancer world this makes me a young [...]

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