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It is not known exactly what causes prostate cancer, although a number of things can increase your risk of developing the condition.
In addition, some research has shown that prostate cancer rates appear to be lower inmen who eat foods containing certain nutrients including lycopene, found in cooked tomatoes and other red fruit, and selenium, found in brazil nuts. However, more research is needed.
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Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the UK, with over 40,000 new cases diagnosed every year.
Prostate cancer normally causes no symptoms until the cancer has grown large enough to put pressure on the urethra.
It is not known exactly what causes prostate cancer, although there are some things that can increase your risk of developing the condition.
If you have symptoms that could be caused by prostate cancer, you should visit your GP.
There is currently no screening programme for prostate cancer in the UK. This is because it is has not been proved that the benefits would outweigh the risks.
The treatment you receive for prostate cancer will depend on your individual circumstances.