Another View – Prostate Cancer and African-American Men

Save for Later

Save for Later

E-mail : *
* Your personal data will be used to support your experience throughout this website and for other purposes described in our Privacy Policy. I hereby agree and consent to the privacy policy.

If caught early, prostate cancer has a 90% cure rate – but it occurs more often and is more deadly in African-American men than any other race. Why is this disease so prevalent among Black men? We’ll explore the myths and the facts about prostate cancer with Charlie Hill, a prostate cancer survivor and President of the Hampton Roads Prostate Health Forum, and Mark Fleming, M.D., with the Virginia Oncology Group on the next Another View


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *