Prostate caner, one of the deadliest forms of cancer for men in the United States and worldwide, is on the decline.
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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.
African-American men with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer and no chemotherapy lived significantly longer than white men when treated with newer hormonal therapies.
Most men diagnosed with Prostate Cancer don't die of the disease.