- Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men
- It accounts for more than a quarter of all male cancer diagnoses in the UK
- It is predominantly a disease of older men (aged 65–79 years)
- There is a higher incidence of and mortality from prostate cancer in men of black African-Caribbean descent
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