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Prostate cancer

There is no malignancy more common for a man in a high-income country than prostate cancer. Both the disease and the treatments for it can have a considerable long-term impact on people’s quality of life — but scientists are rising to the challenge of ensuring better, more equitable care for all affected.

A brightly coloured illustration depicting a middle-aged man looking down at his prostate and seeing a rising sun. To the edges of the frame, the sun’s yellow rays become the arms of other people reaching in to comfort the man

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