Them Bones and the Importance of Bone Health with Prostate Cancer

Keith Crawford, MD, PhD, Director of Clinical Trials and Patient Education provides important information regarding bone health with prostate cancer.

Key Takeaways:

  • US and Caribbean Black men have the highest prostate cancer incidence (new cases) globally, 73% higher among US non-Hispanic Black African American men.
  • Men can develop osteoporosis, especially after the diagnosis of prostate cancer and receiving Androgen Deprivation Therapy (ADT) treatment.

“Know your T Score.”

-Keith Crawford, MD, PhD

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