The biology and pathology of “young age” prostate cancer


A recent article in the Journal of Clinical Pathology reviews available data about the epidemiology, biology, and clinical pathology of “young age” prostate cancer, which the authors define as clinically significant cancer in men under 55 years of age.

This review article by Hussein et al. is now available in full, on line, on the Medscape web site, and will probably be of significant interest to support group leaders, other prostate cancer educators, and men diagnosed with prostate cancer at such younger ages.

To read this type of material on the Medscape web site, you do have to register as a member, but there is no cost involved, and it is relatively easy to limit the amount of junk mail you might receive from Medscape but have no interest in.

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