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Patient speaking with nurse about prostate cancer

Prostate Cancer Affects Black Men More

All men should be aware of their prostate cancer risks. But of all racial and ethnic groups, Black men are the most likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer and they are twice as likely to die from it as white men. 

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