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African-American and Hispanic Men Less Likely to Get Treatment for Prostate Cancer, Even with High-Risk Disease

African-American and Hispanic men in the United States are less likely to receive therapy for prostate cancer compared to Caucasian men -- even when they have more aggressive disease, according to new research from Roswell Park Cancer Institute and Vanderbilt University Medical Center. The study, senior authored by Willie Underwood, III, MD, MPH, MSci, of Roswell Park, has been published online ahead of print in the journal Urology.
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