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  3. Prostate cancer referrals 'dropped by HALF during lockdown'  Daily Mail
  4. Thousands of men at risk of deadly prostate cancer as testing falls  The Times
  5. Prostate cancer warning: What colour is your urine? The hidden signs in the toilet  Express
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Thousands of men could face early death because of lack of access to NHS checks during pandemicThousands of men could face early death because of lack of access to NHS checks during pandemic

Prostate cancer referrals have dropped by half since lockdown, figures show

Urgent GP referrals for prostate cancer have dropped to the lowest level for ten years, NHS data reveals. Experts say the fall means around 3,500 cases of advanced cancer haven't been diagnosed.Urgent GP referrals for prostate cancer have dropped to the lowest level for ten years, NHS data reveals. Experts say the fall means around 3,500 cases of advanced cancer haven't been diagnosed.

Prostate cancer referrals 'dropped by HALF during lockdown' | Daily Mail Online

About 3,500 men are at risk of dying from prostate cancer because of a drop in referrals from GPs during lockdown, according to new analysis.Figures compiled by the charity Prostate Cancer UK, basedAbout 3,500 men are at risk of dying from prostate cancer because of a drop in referrals from GPs during lockdown, according to new analysis.Figures compiled by the charity Prostate Cancer UK, based

PROSTATE cancer symptoms can be difficult to spot during its early stages, but include passing more urine than normal, feeling like your bladder is never truly empty, and having a burning pain when using the toilet. You could also be at risk of a tumour if your pee changes colour. Do you have blood in your urine?PROSTATE cancer symptoms can be difficult to spot during its early stages, but include passing more urine than normal, feeling like your bladder is never truly empty, and having a burning pain when using the toilet. You could also be at risk of a tumour if your pee changes colour. Do you have blood in your urine?

Prostate cancer symptoms: Signs of a tumour in toilet include blood in urine or red pee | Express.co.uk

As one of the most common cancers around the world, prostate cancer is a genetically heterogeneous disease. As one of the most common cancers around the world, prostate cancer is a genetically heterogeneous disease.

Recent Genetic Breakthroughs in Prostate Cancer Research