You risk prostate cancer if you don’t marry a virgin – Milele FM

The most common risk factor of prostate cancer is by having intimacy with a woman who has had several partners in the past. The more the number of partners she has engaged in the act, the greater the chance of channeling prostate cancer to a man.

Doctor Henry Luverc advises men to marry virgins as women who have had several sexual encounters in the past are a direct ticket to prostate cancer.

Some men are at increased risk for prostate cancer. You are at increased risk of getting or dying from prostate cancer if you are African-American or have a family history of prostate cancer.

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African-American Men

  • Are more likely to get prostate cancer than other men.
  • Are more than twice as likely to die from prostate cancer than white men.
  • Get prostate cancer at a younger age, tend to have more advanced disease when it is found, and tend to have a more severe type of prostate cancer than other men.

Family History

  • Men who have a father, son, or brother who had prostate cancer are at increased risk for getting prostate cancer.
  • Men with three or more first-degree relatives (father, son, or brother), or two close relatives on the same side of the family who have had prostate cancer may have a type of prostate cancer caused by genetic changes that are inherited.

Men who are not African-American and do not have a family history of prostate cancer are at average risk.

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