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Black Men and Prostate Cancer

Black men with early stage prostate cancer were more likely to develop an aggressive form of the disease down the road, according to a new study. Researchers from Johns Hopkins believe the “wait-and-see” approach that doctors use to monitor whether someone’s prostate cancer gets worse over time may miss predicting the severity of the disease in African-American men. 

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