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*****Prostate Cancer*****
Causes, Symptoms and Treatments Information

***Prostate cancer is a disease which only affects men. Cancer begins to
grow in the prostate - a gland in the male reproductive system.
***The word "prostate" comes from Medieval Latin prostate and Medieval
French prostate. The ancient Greek word prostates means "one standing in
front", from proistanai meaning "set before". The prostate is so called
because of its position - it is at the base of the bladder.

Fast facts on prostate cancer:
***Here are some key points about prostate cancer. More detail and
supporting information is in the main article.
After non-melanoma skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer
among men in the United States and lately in Africa.
***Prostate cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer death among men
of all races and Hispanic origin populations.
In the US around 209,292 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer per year.
Around 27,970 men die from prostate cancer in the US each year.
***According to the  Cancer Society about 1 man in 7 will be diagnosed with
prostate cancer during his lifetime.
Prostate cancer mainly occurs in older men - about 6 cases in 10 are
diagnosed in men 65 years or older.
Almost all prostate cancers are  cancers that begin in cells that make and
release mucus and other fluids.
Advanced prostate cancer can cause men to urinate more often or have a
weaker flow of urine.

What is the prostate?
***The prostate is an exocrine gland of the male reproductive system, and
exists directly under the bladder, in front of the rectum. An exocrine
gland is one whose secretions end up outside the body e.g. prostate gland
and sweat glands. It is approximately the size of a walnut.
The urethra :
***a tube that goes from the bladder to the end of the penis and carries
urine and semen out of the body - goes through the prostate.
***There are thousands of tiny glands in the prostate - they all produce a
fluid that forms part of the semen. This fluid also protects and nourishes
the sperm. When a male has an orgasm the seminal-vesicles secrete a milky
liquid in which the semen travels. The liquid is produced in the prostate
gland, while the sperm is kept and produced in the testicles. When a male
climaxes (has an orgasm) contractions force the prostate to secrete this
fluid into the urethra and leave the body through the penis.
Urine control:
***As the urethra goes through the prostate: the prostate gland is also
involved in urine control (continence) with the use of prostate muscle
fibers. These muscle fibers in the prostate contract and release,
controlling the flow of urine flowing through the urethra.
The Prostate Produces Prostate-specific antigen (PSA):
***The epithelial cells in the prostate gland produce a protein called PSA
(prostate-specific antigen). The PSA helps keep the semen in its liquid
state. Some of the PSA escapes into the bloodstream. We can measure a man's
PSA levels by checking his blood. If a man's levels of PSA are high, it
might be an indication of either prostate cancer or some kind of prostate
***It is a myth to think that a high blood-PSA level is harmful to you - it
is not. High blood PSA levels are however an indication that something may
be wrong in the prostate.
***Male hormones affect the growth of the prostate, and also how much PSA
the prostate produces. Medications aimed at altering male hormone levels
may affect PSA blood levels. If male hormones are low during a male's
growth and during his adulthood, his prostate gland will not grow to full
***In some older men the prostate may continue to grow, especially the part
that is around the urethra. This can make it more difficult for the man to
pass urine as the growing prostate gland may be causing the urethra to
collapse. When the prostate gland becomes too big in this way, the
condition is called Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). BPH is not cancer,
but must be treated.
Signs and symptoms of prostate cancer:
***During the early stages of prostate cancer there are usually no
symptoms. Most men at this stage find out they have prostate cancer after a
routine check up or blood test. When symptoms do exist, they are usually
one or more of the following:
***The patient urinates more often
***The patient gets up at night more often to urinate
***He may find it hard to start urinating
***He may find it hard to keep urinating once he has started
***There may be blood in the urine
***Urination might be painful
***Ejaculation may be painful (less common)
***Achieving or maintaining an erection may be difficult (less common).
If the prostate cancer is advanced the following symptoms are also possible:
***Bone pain, often in the spine (vertebrae), pelvis, or ribs
***The proximal part of the femur can be painful
***Leg weakness (if cancer has spread to the spine and compressed the
spinal cord)
***Urinary incontinence (if cancer has spread to the spine and compressed
the spinal cord)
***Fecal incontinence (if cancer has spread to the spine and compressed the
spinal cord).

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