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www.reference.com/article/causes-prostate-cancer-bc381b37b0081822

According to Cancer Research UK, prostate cancer is believed to be caused by genetic factors, ethnicity, hormonal imbalances, malnutrition and age. Men with a father or brother who are diagnosed with prostate cancer, men who undergo a vasectomy, and men who are overweight or are especially tall have

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The signs and symptoms of advanced prostate cancers include blood in the urine; difficulty urinating, such as an increased frequency of urination at night or a weak urinary stream; chest, back or hip pain; and erectile dysfunction, according to the American Cancer Society. Symptoms typically do not

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Prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer in the United States, according to the Prostate Cancer Foundation. It effects one in seven men, and one new case occurs every 2.4 minutes.

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The best treatments for prostate cancer include surgery, external radiation therapy and internal radiation therapy, according to Men's Health. Most treatments have a 90 percent success rate when they are used early enough after the cancer develops and while it is confined solely to the prostate. Aro

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Although experiencing initial signs of prostate cancer is unusual, some men may notice changes in their health, such as difficulty urinating, lower body pain and painful ejaculation, that can point to prostate cancer, according to the Prostate Cancer Foundation. Other diseases can cause similar symp

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In its early stages, prostate cancer shows no signs. When detected by a doctor, signs of prostate cancer include abnormal results from a digital rectal exam, such as a suspicious lump, or a high result from a prostate-specific antigen blood test, according to WebMD. Symptoms are not from the cancer

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Generally, prostate cancer in its early stages does not cause symptoms. Common symptoms in most advanced cases of prostate cancer include problems when urinating, physical discomfort in the hips, spinal region and frontal upper body, erectile dysfunction and loss of strength or numbness in the lower

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Tests that may initially detect prostate cancer include a digital rectal exam and a prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, blood test, reports the American Cancer Society. If these tests detect the possibility of prostate cancer, the doctor may next use a transrectal ultrasound to view the prostate. To

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Patients with prostate cancer should avoid fatty cuts of red meat and dairy foods, according to WebMD. Foods that are fried or that contain margarine and other trans fatty acids should also be eliminated from a patient's diet.

www.reference.com/article/can-women-prostate-cancer-f8c0c1dea65be2dd

Because women do not have a prostate gland, they cannot get prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is the second most-common type of cancer in men in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society. An estimated 29,480 men are expected to die from the disease in 2014.