What Men Should Know About Prostate Cancer from a Survivor and Advocate

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With a strong family history of prostate cancer, it wasn’t a matter of if he’d be diagnosed but when, Curtis Colleton says. His experience with the disease has made him an advocate for men in general and African-American men in particular, who face a greater risk of prostate cancer than other groups.

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