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Possible predictor for prostate cancer found

Scientists have discovered that the risk of invasive prostate cancer increases if there are abnormal cells in the lining of the prostate ducts. African-American men fact a 60% higher risk of prostate cancer than white males and their mortality rate is double. Prostate cancer causes 29,900 deaths annually.

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About: Possible predictor for prostate cancer found

Date: 18 October 2004

Source: Cancer Facts

URL: http://www.cancerfacts.com/Home_News.asp?NewsId=1743&CB=14&CancerTypeId=4

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