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Prostate Cancer – Causes



Prostate cancer forms when the DNA in the prostate cells develop mutations that may disable their ability to control cell growth and division. In many cases, these mutated cells die or attacked by the immune system. However, some of these mutated cells can escape the immune system. And this typically occurs as we get older. They can grow out of control. They form prostate cancer cells, which can aggregate into tumors, invade your lymphatic system or your blood vessels, and spread to other areas of the body.

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