The prostate cancer diagnosis can be a life-changing experience for many men.
The average life expectancy for a male prostate cancer patient is more than eight years, according to the American Cancer Society.
That means that if you’ve had prostate cancer for at least eight years and you’re still alive, you can expect to live longer than the average person.
The odds are good that your prostate cancer will recur.
But if you have a cancer on your prostate and have no symptoms, your odds are significantly lower.
The prostate is a sensitive area and it can get inflamed.
If it’s inflamed, it can spread to other parts of your body.
You can also develop blood clots that can lead to strokes, heart attacks and death.
The American Cancer Institute (ACI) estimates that about half of all men will develop prostate cancer over the course of their lives.
This type of cancer, called non-small cell lung cancer, is the most common cancer that comes back.
Most of these cancers are very aggressive and can lead the man to death.
But the most prevalent forms of prostate cancer can also lead to other cancers.
Some of the most aggressive forms of cancer in the prostate are melanoma and adenocarcinoma.
These cancers are caused by cells in the blood that normally protect the blood vessels that supply blood to the body.
These cells have developed resistance to the drugs that treat these cancers, so they can grow and spread more rapidly and can attack the surrounding tissues.
As a result, the men who have these cancers tend to live significantly longer.
The more aggressive forms are usually diagnosed after they’ve already reached the age of 60, so their prognosis is poor.
If you’re a man who has not had any symptoms, but you have prostate cancer, your chances of survival is much better than if you had prostate surgery.
If your symptoms are mild, it may take about three years for you to be completely free of the cancer.
If they’re severe, it could take six to nine years for the cancer to go into remission.
In fact, the cancer has to go through a complete remission before you’re diagnosed.
The disease is very difficult to treat, so you can die within two years of being diagnosed with prostate cancer.
This is because there’s no cure for the disease.
If treatment doesn’t work, you’re at risk of developing other types of cancer.
For some men, there’s little or no chance of survival.
However, a lot of men are diagnosed with non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) before they reach 60 and have a 50 percent chance of surviving the disease for at most two years.
You may have a slightly better chance of living a long time if you get your prostate checked and treated.
If a doctor decides to treat you, the doctor can use a prostate biopsy to find a small cancer in your prostate.
A biopsy is a microscopic examination of the prostate.
This microscopic examination will help the doctor to figure out how much of the disease is in your cancer and where it is.
Once the doctor has identified a cancer in a man’s prostate, the test will tell the doctor what kind of treatment is most appropriate for the patient.
This kind of testing is called an evaluation.
In some cases, the diagnosis of non-cancerous prostate cancer is made by a doctor’s office.
Other types of tests, called imaging tests, can detect other types the cancer cells.
The treatment that the doctor gives will depend on the type of prostate you have.
If there’s a small, white spot, it’s a test called a biopsy.
If the prostate is enlarged, it might be a test known as a transrectal ultrasound.
The ultrasound will be used to see how much fluid is in the area of the testicle, or the prostate gland.
In this case, the ultrasound will show a small area of fluid.
In other cases, it will show an enlarged prostate.
You might also have an ultrasound to check your prostate tissue.
In the case of a large, brown spot, this is called a prostatectomy.
In these tests, the tissue of the penis, testicles and surrounding tissues are removed and the prostate fluid is collected.
If this test is positive, the prostate can be drained.
If no abnormal findings are seen, it means the cancer isn’t growing or that you’re recovering from the disease that caused it.
The most common type of treatment for non-cancers is surgery.
The surgery is usually done by an anesthesiologist.
Anesthesiologists usually have to be under anesthesia and use anesthesia to put pressure on the cancer that is causing the cancer in order to remove it.
Some people also have to have surgery to remove some of the surrounding tissue and make sure that the cancer doesn’t grow back.
This can take months or years.
If surgery is unsuccessful, the patient may have to wait