1. No Race Difference in Prostate Cancer With Equal Access  Medscape
  2. Analyzing Responses to 177LuPSMA-617 in Patients With Metastatic CRPC  Targeted Oncology
  3. What happens to men who say 'no' to prostate cancer treatment  The Australian Financial Review
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Choosing not to have treatment for prostate cancer has complex consequences.Choosing not to have treatment for prostate cancer has complex consequences.

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A study has revealed that most men in Nigeria do not have knowledge of prostate cancer and have not been screened of the disease.A study has revealed that most men in Nigeria do not have knowledge of prostate cancer and have not been screened of the disease.

82% of Nigerian men not screened of prostate cancer - Study - Premium Times Nigeria

“Black men not at higher risk of dying from prostate cancer, study finds — new study debunks the myth that genetics plays a larger role than health disparities in risk of death from prostate cancer for black men. #menshealth https://t.co/ch75QvIx67”

Gabe Canales on Twitter: "Black men not at higher risk of dying from prostate cancer, study finds — new study debunks the myth that genetics plays a larger role than health disparities in risk of death from prostate cancer for black men. #menshealth https://t.co/ch75QvIx67"