prostate cancer

Anthony Anderson and Taye Diggs Taped to Join Strip Tease Special For Charity

The initiative will raise awareness for prostate, testicular, and colorectal cancer testing and research.

O.J. Simpson Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer

Ther former NFL star is undergoing chemotherapy treatment in Las Vegas.

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin Speaks for First Time on Unexplained Absence from Job

The 70-year-old cabinet member was being treated for prostate cancer but said it was a ‘mistake’ not to inform the White House.

King Family Remains Committed To Their Cause Following the Passing of Dexter King

The youngest of the King children, Dexter passed after a three-year battle with prostate cancer on January 22.
Dexter Scott King during Salute to Greatness Awards Dinner 20th Anniversary Holiday Observance at King Center in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. (Photo by Moses Robinson/WireImage)

Dexter King, Son of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Dies at 62

The third and youngest of the Civil Rights icon’s four children, he was in charge of the family’s estate.

Report: Black Americans Still More Likely To Die From Cancer

African Americans have higher odds to lose their lives to breast and prostate cancer than Whites.

Defense Sec. Lloyd Austin Treated For Prostate Cancer, UTI During Mysterious Absence

The Secretary was admitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center where surgery was performed on Dec.22.

To Fight and Win Against Prostate Cancer: Three Black Men Share Their Stories

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month and Black men who remain untested are among the most susceptible. But these men say there is another way.

Study: Black Americans More Likely To Die From Certain Cancers

Prostate and breast cancers drive the higher mortality rate among Black men and women.

Study: Black Men Face Higher Risk Of Prostate Cancer Than All Other Racial Groups

The American Cancer Society has blamed structural racism for disparities in cancer mortality rates.

Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: Why Black Men Face Unacceptable Disparities

Black men are nearly twice as likely to be diagnosed with and over twice as likely to die from the disease, but it doesn’t have to be this way.