Who's at Risk? Although there is no single cause of prostate cancer, those above the age of 65 may be at a higher risk, as well as those with a family history of prostate cancer. Men 50 years of age and older should talk to their doctor about early detection.
Prostate cancer can be found by doing one of two tests:
Some symptoms of prostate cancer include:
- need to urinate often
- weak or decreased urine stream
- intense need to urinate
- difficulty in starting or stopping urine flow
- inability to urinate
Don't ignore the symptoms. Talk to your doctor!
Last modified on: May 2, 2017