Prostate cancer: How new immunotherapy can help men with ‘very poor’ prognosis

What are the symptoms of prostate cancer?

Symptoms of prostate cancer come once the cancer has grown enough to put pressure on the urethra, which carries blood from the bladder to the penis.

They include:

– Frequent need to urinate, more so during the night

– Need to rush to the toilet

– Difficulty starting to urinate

– Weak flow during urination

– Straining or taking a long time to pee

– Blood in urine or semen

– Feeling bladder is not fully emptied, despite having gone to pee


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