One reason black men don’t get screened for prostate cancer is the side effects that come with treatment. Chief among those is erectile dysfunction. Fact is, many men would opt
Month: September 2021
Racism has seeped into virtually every area, segment, and field of society. Whether an overt hate crime or subtle workplace “microaggression,” a single act of racial discrimination can enact a
The facts are indisputable: Black men are likelier to contract prostate cancer and die from it more than any other group of American men.
Sure, there are a slew of remedies for erectile dysfunction that will enable men to perform well as they age. You may already have a prescription for the little blue
If you are a black man in your 40s and/or have had other family members who contracted prostate cancer, you are considered in the higher risk category for the disease
For a disease that few men die from, black men are dying the most from low-grade prostate cancer. Not only are they 50 percent more likely to get prostate cancer