Screening for prostate cancer: Focused on Health

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JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – Prostate cancer is the most common internal cancer in men. It kills about 29,000 Americans each year. 

Early detection can improve your odds. 

Dr. Timothy Quinn, who practices family medicine in Ridgeland, joins us to talk about screening for prostate cancer. 

  1. Is there more than one way to screen for prostate cancer?
  2. When should you start getting screened?
  3. Will most men develop prostate cancer if we live long enough?

Watch the video above for all your answers.

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