Prostate cancer is the form of cancer that develops in the prostate. It lead to increased death rate yearly although its specific causes are age, genetic with some environmental factors such as toxins chemical and industrial product. The symptoms are painful and frequent lamination, painful ejaculation of blood in the urine, weakness in legs and difficult in walking. The easiest and inexpensive way to reduce the risk of prostate cancer is by eating healthy food with adequate starch, fibre fruit and vegetables garnisheed with antioxidant spices. Research has shown that using aspirin along in treatment of prostate cancer does not shown statistically significant effect but the combination of aspirin and folic acid supplement is more effective in the treatment of prostate cancer.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover Page i
Title Page ii
Table of Contents iv
- Introduction 1
- Prostate 2
- Prostate cancer 2
- Types of Prostate Cancer 3
- Causes of Prostate Cancer 4
- Symptoms of Prostate cancer 5
- Prevention, control and Treatment 7
- Management of Prostate Cancer 9
- Conclusion 12
This is a disease that begins in the cells of the body in a normal situation, the cell grow and divide as the body needs them. This orderly process is distorted when new cell form in the body and the body did not need them and the old body did not need and the old cell do not die when the they should. The extra cell lumps together to form a growth or tumor (Brown et al 2006).
Cancer occurs when cellular reproduction process growth goes out of control. In other words, cancer is a disease that is characterized by the uncontrolled uncoordinated and undesirable Cells continues to grow and divided for their whole lives, replicating into more harmful cells. The abnormal growth and division found in cancer cells is caused by damage in these cells. Deoxynobonucleic acid (DNA) (genetic materials inside cells that determine cellular characteristics and functions). Cancerous cell can travel to other part of the body through the blood stream or lymph vessels. This process metastatsis (Turner et al, 2006).
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