Here are the TEN important things every Tanzanian
should know about prostate cancer:
- About 1,250 Tanzanian men will probably be
diagnosed with prostate cancer this year — and
many of them will die of this disease.
- Only men can get prostate cancer. Women can
not get prostate cancer, because they do not
have a prostate
- If a man’s father, grandfather, uncle or brother has
or had prostate cancer, then he is at greater risk
than most men.
- Black African men seem to be at a higher risk for
prostate cancer than White men, but we don’t know
- In its earliest and most curable stages, prostate
cancer has no symptoms at all.
- The key to the effective management of prostate
cancer is early detection, using regular physical
exams and simple blood tests called PSA tests.
- Many men, particularly older men, with early stages
of prostate cancer, may never need to be treated
- There are several ways to treat early stage prostate
cancer, and they all have similar results.
- Every form of treatment for prostate cancer has
some serious risks and some serious possible side
- For any specific type of treatment, doctors with
extensive experience using that treatment
technique can reduce the patient’s risk for
What is Prostate Cancer?
- Prostate cancer starts in the prostate, a walnutsized gland found below the bladder.
- If it isn’t treated, prostate cancer follows a natural course, starting as a tiny group of cancer cells that can grow into a full-blown tumor.
- In some men, prostate cancer that isn’t treated can spread (”metastasize”) and cause death.
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