The Dangers of Ignoring Important Prostate Warning Signs
Early Prevention is Key to Beating Prostate Cancer
Symptoms from Prostate Cancer can be very subtle at first, and many men dismiss them or ignore them and go on with their lives. But if you are experiencing symptoms, please see sponsored listings to find out if you are among the millions of men who are diagnosed every year.
As men we tend to want to ‘tough it out’ when things are bothering us. But with Prostate cancer, detecting the signs early and getting treatment is vital to a successful recovery.
If you detect Prostate cancer early enough, you can avoid being among the thousands of men who lose their lives to this deadly disease every year.
One in six men will get prostate cancer during his lifetime in the U.S. Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer fatalities among American men and is the most commonly diagnosed.* The American Cancer Society estimates that 180,890 men will be told they have prostate cancer in 2016*. Currently there are nearly 2.8 million American men living with the disease roughly equal to the population of Chicago.*
Early detection and advances in treatment are saving lives. Finding prostate cancer when it is still at an early stage offers the best hope for living cancer free for a long time..
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