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  1. Shanel says:

    Yes, prostate cancer comes from a tumor. However, its not a large single mass. Rather, the tumor is multifocal. On average, there are seven foci. You can consider each focal point a tumor, if you like. Dr. Walsh, arguably the leading urologist in the world (the pioneer of prostate surgery as we know it today) suggests that we think of the prostate as a strawberry with seven little black spots. Those are the tumors. Walsh says the tumors appear in several spots because the prostate undergoes a field change in which the entire prostate is transformed. Multiple tumors pop up like dandelions, all at about the time. Each spot can be millimeters in size.Ive never heard of a non-cancerous prostate tumor. But Im not a doctor, and the person to ask is a urologist. There are common non-cancerous conditions of the prostate that cause problems, though, like inflammation or benign enlargement. And there can be areas of calcification.

  2. Jule says:

    My wife lost her father to prostate cancer. Should Obama fight harder against? The cancer was absolutely horrendous breast cancer or prostate cancer and the death has left my

  3. Marlin says:

    Prostate cancer is cancer formed in men. It forms in the reproductive organs of a man’s prostate gland and is very serious but may be treatable if detected early and treated early. Look here for more information: http://www.webmd.com/prosta… More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_is_prostate_cancer

  4. Matthew says:

    Prostate cancer is caused from a group of cells that have mutated into abnormal cells. The exact cause and knowledge of why the cells grow abnormally is still unknown. Look here for more information: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/prostat… More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_causes_prostate_cancer

  5. Estefana says:

    The very early signs of prostate cancer are very difficult to detect because symptoms don’t always present them self until the cancer has spread beyond the prostate. However, if symptoms are present they include trouble urinating and blood … More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_are_the_signs_of_prostate_cancer

  6. Shavon says:

    We would be remiss if we did not include an article on prostate cancer, not because it Additionally, it should come as no surprise that cancers that affect male

  7. Santana says:

    How Does Bone Cancer Start?. Primary Where Does Prostate Cancer Usually Spread? Bone cancer is cancerous tumors that originate in a patient's bones. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/how-does_4962938_bone-cancer-start.html

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