Some New And Very Exciting News, Find Out ‘If’ Or ‘Whom’ Can Servive ‘Prostate’ cancer‘!
The American Cancer Society states that in 2012 about 28,170 men will die from prostate cancer, but many thousands more will survive going on to live a healthy, productive life.
Prostate Cancer is The Most Common Non-skin Malignancy in Men And Mans Second Biggest Killer Can You ‘Servive’!
The first being ‘lung cancer’, followed by around 250,000 men, who will die from prostate cancer in the world…every year!
Each year there are over 186,320 new cases of prostate cancer being diagnosed in the United States alone? In 2009, the UK reported 40,841 new cases of prostate cancer. This represents a fraction of the total number of people who suffer this irritating condition. Prostate cancer has been estimated to account for 14% of all new male cancer cases worldwide in 2008.
In the UK it was reported the rate of men developing prostate cancer, aged 55-59, stood at around 161 per 100,000 men. Ten years on, at age 65-69, this rate will more than triple, rising to 538 per 100,000 men. On reaching 75-79 this figure will be almost five times higher…781 per 100,000 men.
In Europe they reported a increase of almost a half rise in new cases (48%) between 1993-1995 and 2003-2005 increasing by 3% between 2003-2005 and 2007-2009. Prostate cancer is reported to be the highest in Australia/New Zealand, and lowest in South-Central Asia. In Europe the highest instances of new cases was estimated to be in Ireland, some 183.2 new cases per 100,000 men, reported in 2008. With Greece coming in with the lowest cases…just 27.9 cases per 100,000 men.
The figures above clearly show there are hundreds of thousands of men worldwide suffering from this embarrassing and life changing condition…but what hasn’t been understood until now is ‘Why’ some men won’t experience any effects, ‘Why’ others will go on to develop this life-threatening disease and lose.
It goes without saying that the more tools we have to detect, analyze, slowdown, or predict Prostate cancer, the better the chances are of surviving its effects.
The following article comes from ‘Fox News’
It offers an exciting insight into the possibility of helping those who will need help and putting the mines of others to rest…
“”Prostate cancer is a very diverse disease – some people live with it for years without symptoms but for others it can be aggressive and life-threatening,” said Johann de Bono, who led a study at Britain’s Institute of Cancer Research. “So it’s vital …”
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