Prostate cancer: Two sensations to spot in the legs – contact your doctor 'straight away'

Cancer Research UK explains: “Prostate cancer is more common in older men. Prostate cancer is most common in men aged 75 to 79 years.”

According to the charity, prostate cancer is more common in black-African men than white men. It is least common in Asian men.

“Your risk of prostate cancer is higher if you have a close relative, such as a brother or father, who has had prostate cancer,” says the health body.

“Some inherited genes can increase your risk of prostate cancer. These inherited genes are rare and account for only a small number of prostate cancers.”


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