Prostate cancer is the second-most common cancer in men. Fortunately, American Indian and Alaska Native men have among the lowest rates of prostate cancer compared to other ethnic groups, according to most recent data available from the National Cancer Institute. And the numbers are going down for everyone. That’s good news. But it doesn’t mean men can ignore the latest recommendations for tests, treatment and prevention. We’ll cover what you need to know.
Dr. William Lubke – service center medical director for urology at the Alaska Native Medical Center
Bill Wards – prostate cancer survivor and community health advocate