For men over the age of 50, prostate cancer is a real danger. Yet it doesn’t receive the attention it deserves, according to a...

For men over the age of 50, prostate cancer is a real danger.

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Dr. Vahan Kassabian

Yet it doesn’t receive the attention it deserves, according to a new GHN Commentary.

Atlanta physicians Vahan Kassabian, Bradley Carthon  and Peter Rossi write that “except for skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most prevalent malignancy among men.”

They give guidance on what men should know about the disease – the risk factors and early detection.

Here’s a link to their Commentary.

Georgia Health News welcomes Commentary submissions. If you would like to propose a Commentary piece for Georgia Health News, please email Andy Miller, editor of GHN, at amiller@georgiahealthnews.com


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