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Prostate Health

At the PA Prostate Cancer Coalition, we put all of our blood, sweat and tears into educating men about prostate cancer and prostate health. We’ve lost far too many fathers, brothers, and husbands to prostate cancer, and it’s time to fight back.

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. Did you know that almost as many men are diagnosed with prostate cancer in a year as women are with breast cancer? The mortality rates are similar, too.

Luckily, prostate cancer is very treatable when found early.

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  • Early Detection is Key!

    When detected early, with cancer just in the prostate or in regional lymph nodes, the 5 year survival rate is nearly 100%.
    Late stage prostate cancer survival rates are approximately 30%.
    Early detection can help identify aggressive prostate cancer and it can lower the risk of metastatic disease. Learn more...

  • When Should A Man Get Checked?

    All men should ask for a baseline PSA test and risk assessment around the age of 45.

    The US Preventative Service Task Force, American Cancer Society and American College of Physicians recommend that men ages 50 to 70 years old talk with their health care provider regarding the appropriateness of screening and/or testing.

    African American men ages 40-45 and others who have a history of prostate cancer in their family need to talk to their doctor about prostate cancer risk assessment and screening. Learn more...


  • 1 in 9 men

    will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime.

  • 1 in 10 men diagnosed

    will be younger than 55 years old.

  • 1 in 30 men

    will die from prostate cancer.