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What does "prostate cancer" mean? A lot of people are confused by "prostate cancer" (i.e., prostate cancer). It means a cancer that has spread through the body to other parts of the body. Prostate cancer often grows very slowly and has a much shorter life span than breast cancer. Most men don't have a lot of evidence that they have prostate cancer. However, research shows that men who have prostate cancer have a higher risk of getting another form of cancer (e.g., prostate cancer and non-prostate cancer). There is no one thing that causes prostate cancer. It can happen to anyone, but there are several things that have been found to increase the risk. The following are some things that are linked to an increased risk for prostate cancer. Cigarettes Smoking is the most common cause of prostate cancer. One out of five men who are smokers die from the disease. When you smoke, your body is more likely to produce and release prostaglandins, the chemicals that are associated with cancer. There are many different types of tobacco that may cause prostate cancer. Some of the leading causes of prostate cancer include: cigars, pipes, and snuff.
E-cigarettes and hookah smoking.