Prostate Cancer Disparities

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African-American men in Wisconsin are 71% more likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer and die of it more often than white men. Dr. Tracy Downs, UW Health cancer surgeon and urologist, believes that black men need to receive a different message about prostate cancer screening because they are at higher risk.


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