A Reversal Of Roles, Father-Son, Very Original Who Plays With Humour About Prostate Cancer

Father-son conversation in regards to the changes to your body as you get older and turns it on its head. The son (Dan) tries to speak to his dad about his prostate, and it’s the grownup who clams up with embarrassment, tries to keep away from the issue and ends up being sent to his bed room to learn up about his prostate before he can go out to play together with his golf buddy Dave.

If the survival rate has increased considerably since the early 2000s, the precocity of the diagnosis is of course paramount.

Because of this it is strongly recommended that the members of a family “at risk”, which might, as an example, already had a history of prostate cancer, get tested as early as 45 years of age.