Prostate cancer is the development of cancer cells in the prostate gland (a gland that produces fluid for semen). It is very common cancer in men.
- Age – the incidence of prostate cancer increases steadily as men grow older.
- Family history.
- Diet – more intake of dietary carb and fat.
- Having to rush to the toilet to pass the urine
- Passing urine more often than usual, especially at night
- Difficulty in passing urine, including straining to pass it or stopping and starting
- Pain when passing urine
- Blood in the urine or semen.
- Expectant management (watchful waiting) or active surveillance.
- Radiation therapy.
- Cryosurgery (cryotherapy).
- Hormone therapy.
- Vaccine therapy.
- Bone-directed treatment.