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Prostate cancer diagnoses, deaths decreasing worldwide

Prostate caner, one of the deadliest forms of cancer for men in the United States and worldwide, is on the decline.

AME Church Teams with PHEN to Raise Prostate Cancer Awareness in Alabama

Brings Free Broadway-Style Stage Play to Birmingham on May 18th

Prominent Florida Bishops Lend Support to Major Jacksonville Prostate Cancer Event

Bishop Rudolph McKissick, Jr. and Bishop Adam J Richardson, Jr., lend support to Jacksonville, FL show of "Daddy's Boys" coming April 13th. 

African American Men Respond Better to Treatments For Advanced Prostate Cancer in Clinical Trials

New research shows that African American men who receive treatments for late-stage prostate cancer can live at least as long, or even longer than their Caucasian counterparts.

Better Survival for African-Americans with Metastatic Prostate Cancer

African-American men with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer and no chemotherapy lived significantly longer than white men when treated with newer hormonal therapies.

Your Risk Of Prostate Cancer Just Dropped Precipitously, Here's Why

Most men diagnosed with Prostate Cancer don't die of the disease.