Dr. Kelvin Moses
Director of the Comprehensive Prostate Cancer clinic at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center
The facts are indisputable: African-American men are more likely to develop prostate cancer than other men and are the least likely to get tested for it.
For National Prostate Health Awareness Month, Black Men’s Health recently chatted with Dr. Kelvin Moses, Director of the Comprehensive Prostate Cancer clinic at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
In this virtual discussion, we discuss why prostate cancer is so prevalent in African-American men and the pros and cons of various treatment options. We also talk about why you shouldn’t panic if you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer.