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The Urology Group offered free prostate cancer screenings for Northern Kentucky first responders. This was in direct response to a study that shows an increase in the rate of prostate cancer diagnosis among fire fighters. The screening was held at the Edgewood Fire House on April 26. Another is planned for the Independence Fire House in June.
Paradoxical figures between rise in advance prostate cancer cases and decline in early stage are likely due to the changing landscape of screening and testing over the past 2 decades.
Although it’s still the top cause of cancer-related deaths for men over 60, prostate cancer is a disease that can often be treated if detected early. CLICK TO READ FULL ARTICLE.