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ASCO18: Prostate cancer survival in black men following chemotherapy may be as good, or better, as in white men

Prostate cancer rates in the USA are currently estimated to be 60% higher among black men, with black men also more likely to be diagnosed at a younger age with advanced-stage and higher-grade cancer. Despite an overall decline in the number of deaths due to prostate cancer over recent years, black men remain twice more likely to die from the disease than white men.
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