Prostate cancer, basic on diagnosis By Karim Touijer

Prostate cancer represents 15% of all cancer and is the second most common cancer in men worldwide. The average age of diagnosis is 66 years. Most prostate cancers are found when the disease is in only the prostate and nearby organs and the 5-year survival rate for most people with local or regional affectation is nearly 100%. However, for people diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer, the 5-year survival rate is 30%. Do you want to know more about its diagnosis? Don’t miss this Urology Cheat Sheet!

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