FAMU Scientists Create Model to Reduce Rate of Prostate Cancer in Black Men

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FAMU cancer researchers collected data from more than 3,000 Florida black men.

Scientists found a black man's health and cultural beliefs can have an impact on prostate cancer prevention and detection.

The study found some men are ill-informed about how to prevent the disease.

Prostate cancer impacts a gland in the male reproductive system.

The findings in the FAMU report will be released statewide in November.



 
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