High-risk men 'should get prostate cancer checks'
Tuesday, 12th November 2019
The BBC News website reports that men with certain mutations in their DNA, their genetic code, are more likely to develop prostate cancer and that they. Experts say that men born at high risk of developing prostate cancer should have extra checks every year from the age of 40.
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